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The Business Sustainability Convention

Updated: Jun 15



Entrepreneurs and Business Leaders are invited to join Standard Bank, DRG and BusinessFit for a Business Sustainability Convention, focused on sharing knowledge and understanding, and providing guidance on.


“How to position your business to excel in uncertain times”.


It is our belief that in sharing knowledge and creating opportunities for entrepreneurs and business leaders in the marketplace, their businesses will expand organically, resulting in economic growth and employment creation.



he Business Sustainability Convention will take place at the Standard BankKingsmead auditorium, and will be on 14th July 2023 at 09h00 for 09h30 to 12h00. You will gain insights into: Important sustainability considerations


  • Growth of an enterprise (S-Curve 2, 9 Stages of Business Growth and the 5 levers for business growth)

  • 3 Pillars of sustainability

  • Four business leaders focus points

  • Four aspects of success and sustainability

  • Positive impact on stakeholders

  • The checklist

The BusinessFit Methodology


  • What the BusinessFit methodology entails

  • How to download the BusinessFit App?

  • How to use the BusinessFit App

  • The value of a BusinessFit Accredited advisor

Organisational Culture


  • How to build an Innovative Company Culture

Economic Update


  • Giving context to the South African and Global Economy

Networking


  • interact directly with Standard Bank, DRG, BusinessFit, and each of the delegates at the convention.

​Keynote Speakers: Jannie Rossouw – Business Development Specialist

Wendy Mahoney – Change Management Specialist



Economic Brief – Standard Bank


There is no cost to delegates for their attendance. Please be aware though that the number of delegates is limited, and no shows will have excluded others from being able to attend and will also affect our catering. Light refreshments will be served.




 


DRG LAUNCHES HR HANDBOOK


Since the democratisation of South Africa after April 1994, the country’s labour laws were amongst the first areas of

law to be reformed. The employment acts and workplace legislation and laws apply to all employees who ordinarily work in South Africa, and over the years these have transitioned and became more complex.


DRG has created a Human Resources Handbook that tries to simplify these workplace laws by providing concise articles on each focus area within the workplace. They found the content important in helping to create a better understanding of the requirements to be compliant in the proper processes required by law.


The handbook is published and maintained as a guide for supervisors and managers in order that human resources matters can be handled more consistently and equitably.


In addition, the HR Handbook is designed to be the primary reference document for communicating and interpreting human resource policies, programmes, and procedures.


Should you require a copy of the DRG HR Handbook, you are welcome to email a request to: Nikita Pillay – nikita@drg.co.za

You can also download it on the link below

2022 DRG HR HANDBOOK-Nikita Nov 2022
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Download PDF • 4.89MB


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