Archive | September, 2010

Babalo Ngxolwana reviews Working Edge Club

WEC ABSIP EVENT The student chapter of the Association of Black securities and Investment professionals (ABSIP) at the University of Johannesburg is a student society of 75 members. The society has members that mainly study BCom (Finance), BCom(Accounting) and BCom ( Economics). Our service offering to our members is forwarding them the opportunity to visit […]

Young, Unemployed & Talented

(Source Alex E Proimos) Youth unemployment has reached crisis proportions. According to the Quarterly Labour Force Survey, the economy shed 171 000 jobs in the first quarter and the Adcorp Employment index shows a decline in employment of an annualised 6.2% between April and May 2010.  Employment jumped 6.8% between July and August, the first […]

Earnings, Qualifications & You

The South African Business Schools Expo provides individuals with information about qualifications, skills development and labour market trends. This year, I’m privileged to be a speaker at the expo, presenting on a topical issue – Earnings, Qualifications & the Professional.  The presentation is free to those attending the expo. Many professionals acquire further qualifications, in […]

Finalist in the 2010 SA Blog Awards!

The SA blog awards is a showcase of the very best of South African blogs & I’m honoured that WORKSUCKS – MAKE WORK, WORK is competing in the BUSINESS category. I love sharing with you stuff (insightful articles, rants & raves, opportunities, resources) to power up your working life. Please take 2 minutes to cast your vote […]