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Annual Review 2018
As the HR Think Tank continues to strive to improve South Africa’s talent competitiveness through targeted research and interventions in key areas we would like to highlight the progress we have made in 2018.
We have worked towards our goal of improving South Africa’s ranking on the Global Talent Competitiveness Index (GTCI) by focusing on these five key areas: Business/Government/ Labour Relationships, Education & Development, Gender Equality, Labour Productivity and Vocational/Technical Skills.
In 2019 we will continue to fulfil our commitment to help shape and influence policy and the broader challenges facing HR and labour. We will carry on, with the support of our members, to pursue the conditions for people to reach their potential in the world of work and ultimately shift our country’s trajectory.
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SPOTLIGHT 4: Results from the GTCI 2018
SPOTLIGHT 5: Good jobs to overcome poverty and inequality
SPOTLIGHT 6: Women are still paid less than men: how do we change this?
SPOTLIGHT 7: Results of the HR Think Tank Business-Government Relationship Survey 2018
SPOTLIGHT 8: South African industrial relations: cooperation in place of conflict
SPOTLIGHT 9: Investing in Human Capital is critical
WHITE PAPER: The Jobs Summit: An analysis and critique with counter proposals
Aba Gold Development Trust
4 Seeds Consulting
Africa Health Research Institute (AHRI)
Auditor General SA
British American Tobacco South Africa
Deliberate Futures (Pty) Ltd
Glacier by Sanlam
Hyundai Automotive South Africa
Medshield Medical Scheme
Old Mutual Insure
Pick n Pay
One Small Nudge
South African Medical Research Council
St Peter's Schools
St Stithians College
Swaziland Building Society
The Aurum Institute
The Banking Association South Africa
Trans Forum Business
Tshikululu Social Investments
University of Johannesburg
University of Stellenbosch
Woolworths Financial Services
Vaal University of Technology
In 2018 our membership has grown to over 80 members from more than 50 different organisations including corporates, SMMEs, NPOs and academic institutions.