Month: April 2018

Employee Confidence Index
We recently undertook a national employee confidence survey that assessed employees’ outlook and perceptions on a number of issues pertaining to the economy, employers, job security and employment opportunities. 262 participants responded to this survey. Employee Confidence Index is 66 percent in the first quarter of 2018 compared to 71 percent in the last quarter […]
How to improve your recruitment procedure for graduate trainees
It does not make business sense to waste company resources training people who are not trainable or who do not have the qualities to fit into your organisational culture. When selecting people for trainee positions such as Graduate Trainees or Apprenticeship candidates it pays to invest in the selection of the right candidates. [inlinetweet prefix=”” tweeter=”” […]
Employee Confidence Index Report
This report is part of a series of research we do on a regular basis to assist business leaders and employees make better decisions that uplift the performance of their organisations. The aim of this particular research was to monitor four key indicators of employee confidence: job market optimism, salary expectations, job security and business […]
What are the most commonly used job evaluation systems in Zimbabwe?
We recently undertook a survey to appreciate the most commonly used job evaluation systems in Zimbabwe. 82 Zimbabwean organisations employing a total of 54 964 employees participated in the survey. The smallest participating organisation employed 12 people and the largest employed 16 000 people. In basic terms, job evaluation is a process of comparing jobs […]