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5 Wellness Tips for a productive 2019

Current research findings from the World health Organisation (W.H.O.) suggest that about 70% of deaths worldwide are from non-communicable diseases (NCDs). Pre-mature deaths are...

The Spectacular Launch Of The Lakeside Business Centre (LBC)

THE SPECTACULAR LAUNCH Lakeside Estate, has launched its magnificent business center to the admiration of guests, clients and the general public. The edifice was launched...

CHRISTMAS OFFICE NO-NOS

Do not get too carried away with the festive season by doing anything that will shatter your professional life from now to till next season.

GO THE EXTRA MILE

“The man who will go that second mile, the man who will give more than is expected of...

Developing a Maintenance Psyche

While there remain many concerns on the need for a maintenance culture, it is the sign of a much bigger issue - that of efficient management. When proper planning is in place from the onset, operations improve and there is revenue growth.

INTRANET IS THE WAY TO GO

Intranet is one of those terms that is more thrown around than it is understood, and has become more of a buzzword....

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Dear Salary, why are you not growing?

Costs are increasing whilsts salaries are not. We expect inflation every year; but this year’s price hike situation has been exceptional. As...

A SILENT KILLER OF MEN!

Why all the fuss?? Prostate cancer is the most common cancer among males. Although prostate cancer can be slow...

PRIVATE EQUITY – A VIABLE ALTERNATIVE SOURCE OF FUNDING FOR GHANAIAN SMEs

Ghana’s workforce is predominantly employed by the informal sector. This sector of our economy is largely made up of Small-and Medium scale Enterprises (SMEs) and sole proprietorships (“one man business”). This is confirmed by available data from the Registrar General’s Department which indicates that 90% of companies registered in Ghana are SMEs. Over time, this target group has been identified as the catalyst for economic growth, serving as the major source of income and employment for many Ghanaians.

ALTERNATIVE LABOUR ECONOMICS & THE LAW

What happens when we embark on an employment relationship? I believe that there is an exchange of value. People are an organisation’s most important asset – it's human capital.