SPONSORED: Challenges and opportunities on our journey to becoming an employer of choice

It is often said that a company is only as good as its people, and that talented and knowledgeable employees are the true driving force behind every successful organisation.

27 May 2022

Aneline Rhoda People and Culture Lead: Information and Technology Office, Absa Group Ltd

Over the past two years, organisations have had to turn massive challenges into meaningful changes by relooking their business strategies and aligning to the ‘new normal’ presented by the COVID-19 pandemic, and the resultant rapidly changing needs of employees. This included adapting work environments to include hybrid work opportunities, and meeting an increased need in technology solutions to allow employees flexibility to work remotely.

Today, more companies are realising that being successful is not only about driving the bottom-line; in fact, success is equally dependant on nurturing human capital. It is no surprise then that clients, suppliers, investors and job seekers favour organisations that take responsibility for the wellbeing of their employees, demonstrate commitment to their development and learning, and constantly work at cultivating longterm and fruitful relationships with them. Ultimately, these companies often offer the most sustainable results and seem more resilient in troubled times.

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