Month: August 2018

Interpreting Salary Survey Data
A salary survey is the process by which internal job descriptions are matched to external jobs with similar responsibilities to identify the market rate for each position. Failure to remunerate employees comparably results in failure to attract key talent as well as an exodus of your employees to your competitors. Therefore, it is imperative that […]
The right procedures for selecting a CEO and other Executive Director level staff
[inlinetweet prefix=”” tweeter=”” suffix=””]The impact of wrong hires at executives levels are huge and takes time to correct once such a mistake has been made.[/inlinetweet] Looking at our situation in Zimbabwe we have seen of late most senior executives being dismissed for various reasons. Some of the reasons are genuinely related to poor performance but […]
How do you decide what to pay an individual employee?
It’s that time of the year!! Check out if your salary or your employees’ salaries are competitive with market rates. Let’s do business: This section allows you to peep into what is trending on the market in terms of salaries. To employers, the section has full reports covering different sectors and different years. You can […]
The Interview is not the best way to select employees
The most popular method used by organisations to select employees is the interview method. Despite this popularity, scientific evidence shows that the interview method is the most unreliable way to select employees. So why is it popular, why is it unreliable and what can be done about these shortcomings? Before answering these questions I want […]