How to deal with 4 million ‘vanished’ credit profiles in your recruitment strategy
In late February, Dr Rob Davies - minister of trade and industry - gave notice of new regulations to the National Credit Act, 2005. The change came into effect on 1 April 2014 and the department of trade and industry (dti) has given SA credit bureaus approximately two months to remove adverse consumer credit information and information relating to paid-up judgements
The gap between law and morality is harming South Africa
South Africans all agree that we need to create a more moral society, but we rely too heavily on law alone to produce one. This emphasis on law and legality creates a gap that is being exploited by unscrupulous people in both the public and private sectors to act corruptly.
Economic crime: Bribery and corruption in SA business
The survey exposed the shocking prevalence of economic crime stating that SA companies are hit by more fraud, bribery and corruption than their global counterparts.
What does the credit amnesty mean for employee screening?
The new regulations on Credit Act will keep companies in the dark about certain information pertaining to employee applicants and potential vendors.
This is according to Jenny Reid, CEO of iFacts, a company that takes care of corporate security and seeks to remove people risk in the business place through pre-employment screening, background checks, and individual risk assessments.