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Interview Tips and Tricks

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Many of us suffer from nervousness when preparing for an interview that is why we are always in need of some useful interview tips and tricks.You need these ideas because you can never predict what is to come in an interview. We often overlook these small things not realising that they might come in handy in an interview situation. Your potential employer wants to see what qualities and skills you have to help the company, your personality also counts in the corporate world. No employer will invest in a candidate who is not able to prove their self-worth. You need to take

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How to save money wisely

Start the New Year on a high note by saving wisely in 2018. Saving is not only dependent on income, it is largely dependent on willpower and discipline. If you follow these tips 2018 may be a better year for you financially: The reason why many of us do not save is that we do not have set targets. It is important to set and write down important savings targets, such as an emergency fund, holiday fund, and other targeted savings. Do you know your targets? Debit orders to savings accounts allow automated saving. you can set up debit orders

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Basic guide to taking sick leave

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The provisions for sick leave do not apply to – workers who work less than 24 hours a month workers who receive compensation for an occupational injury or disease leave over and above that provided for by the Act. A basic guide to taking sick leave. Workers may take the number of days they would normally work in a 6-week period for sick leave on full pay in a 3-year period. However, during the first 6 months of employment, workers are only entitled to 1 day of paid sick leave for every 26 days worked. Based on Legislation in Section 22, of

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Where to look for a job in South Africa

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Phone or visit an employment services officer at your nearest office of the Department of Labour. The Labour Centres have a computerized job-matching system called the Employment Services system of South Africa (ESSA), which makes job-searching much easier.  Your personal details, skills, qualifications and work experience will be captured on the ESSA. Employers also register work and learning opportunities on the ESSA. If you meet the requirements of the opportunities, the employment services officer will gladly refer you to employers where vacant opportunities exist. This service is free of charge. You can also receive career advice if you need more

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