An ‘Empowering Supplier’ has become a non-negotiable element when calculating a preferential procurement scorecard. Who qualifies as an ‘Empowering Supplier’? What are the qualifying criteria?
In April, Dell Computers launched the 7th approved Equity Equivalent Investment Programme (EEIP). What is an EEIP? Who qualifies? How does this benefit a Transforming South Africa?
Find out how ‘Sale of Assets’ can impact the ownership element of an organisation’s scorecard.
The 4th annual ‘Disability Conference’ takes place the 8th and 9th of September 2015, at the Protea Hotel Fire & Ice, Menlyn. The core focus of this conference is ‘Access Ability’, which interprets the vital role of ‘Reasonable Accommodation’ when facilitating an accessible and inclusive work environment for all.
When pitching for business in South Africa today, it is about more than simply highlighting your brand status, core services, cost effectiveness and delivery. It is about your investment in Transformation.
Supplier Diversity, is a process which aids sustainable and progressive Supplier Development within an organisation’s supply chain. It is a process of identifying and inviting a wide range of untapped Empowering Suppliers within a supply chain which, ultimately reflects our nation’s demographics.
The long awaited implementation of the Revised Codes of Good Practice ensures Transformation Executives have their work cut out for them. Many organisations have taken advantage of the transitional period to align their Transformation strategies...
Highlighted as series 200 in the Revised Codes of Good Practice, Management Control (MC) incorporates the Employment Equity element of the ‘Old Codes’. Although it does not fall within the three priority elements, it is a viable benchmark to decipher the day-today running and decision making structure of an organisation.