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Month : October 2017

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Employee burnout: Who is to blame and what can be done?

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Executives need to own up to their role in creating workplace stress that leads to burnout ‘and create systems of addressing the same.  By MIRIAM
Featured Reviews

The future of work is here

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The ‘workforce’ of the future will include Artificial Intelligence, freelancers ‘and even crowd-sourcing.  Artifical Intelligence will do most of the ‘heavy-lifting’ or repetitive tasks, enabling
Reviews Special Report

Right environment and staff key to startup success

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The primary purpose of enterprise management is to select the best people ‘and empower them to accomplish productive work toward the organisation’s objectives. By MURORI
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Work, life and purpose

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We need to know who we are ‘and what we are good at, risking everything in the pursuit of our dreams, as we nurture ‘and
Featured

People are the core of every organisation

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Jacqueline Mugo, the Executive Director of the Federation of Kenya Employers (FKE), speaks on what organisations need to do to attract ‘and retain talent. By
Special Report

How teamwork powers staff performance

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In getting the best out of everybody, it is good to ensure that personal development focuses on what the person needs to do in order
Cover Story

The changing face of HR

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Sharon Kisire, HR Manager, Kenya Pipelin offers her views on the evolving issues in the human resource industry. 1. What are the latest perspectives on
Hands on Management

Employment trends in the gig economy

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Allan Ngunze, HR Manager at Population Services Kenya (PS Kenya) shares some insights on the current ‘and future state of HR ‘and what we need
Cover Story

Inside the workplace of the future

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Employees will be at liberty to define their terms of engagement with employers, dress code as well as working hours. By TABITHA AREBA In less
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Boards should make diversity and inclusion top priority

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The KIM Leadership and Diversity Report (2017) has established that the boards and senior management teams of NSE-listed companies are largely male, lack youth representation