Category: Researches

State of Human Resources in Zimbabwe Survey Report
Introduction The purpose of this research was to gather and analyse human resources related information and practices from different organisations to enable Zimbabwean organisations to benchmark their practices. The intention is that, on a yearly basis, we track the changes in HR practices in the country, commenting and justifying them where possible and allow executives […]
Sexual harassment in Zimbabwean organisations: How prevalent is it?
We have just concluded a survey in which we sought to understand Zimbabwean employees’ perceptions and opinions about sexual harassment and misconduct. The survey also attempted to quantify the prevalence of sexual harassment in our organisations. There were 793 participants in this survey. 59% of the respondents were male and the rest, (41%) were female. […]
Employee Resignation Survey Report
This research is aimed at finding the factors that affect employee resignation in organisations. The research also aims to predict who is currently looking for a job and who will leave his/her employer if the economy turns around. The research explored the relationship between demographic variables and resignation factors. Summary of Key Findings: 1. The […]
Reducing Workplace Accident using Analytics
Introduction Accidents impact on a company’s greatest resources: its drivers, client property and the vehicles they operate. We tested 54 drivers from a local company in Zimbabwe using the Fitness To Drive Plus Vienna Test System. Each driver’s test results were then matched with the driver’s record of road traffic accidents from 2014 to 2015. […]