Will A Fraudulent Document Keep You From Greener Pastures?

Sonya Skipp discusses the challenges a fraudulent driver’s license could create for you. Many will tell you that the road is long with many a winding turn. Truck drivers in South Africa sure have had a torrid time of late and a severe shortage of truck drivers in the US has led to more companies […]

Are You The Right Person To Be Driving That Car?

Adults are just as likely as teens to use their phones while driving and are substantially more likely to have talked on the phone while driving. 49% of adults say they have been passengers in a car when the driver was sending or reading text messages on their cell phone. A recent statement by the […]

Fraudulent Qualifications Back In The News

A recently passed law that affects the employee screening environment considerably is the National Qualifications Framework Amendment Bill which, prevents people from misrepresenting qualifications on their CVs and in job applications. It allows SAQA (South African Qualifications Authority) to establish and maintain registers of misrepresented and fraudulent qualifications. It has been said that it will […]

Can An Employer Check My Social Media?

With the recent Carte Blanche interview with Social Media Lawyer, Verlie Oosthuizen of Shepstone & Wylie we could not help but wonder what employees were thinking when considering what they have posted on social media. The big question is “Can my employer check my social media?” This is a complex answer as there are many […]

iFacts Employee Satisfaction Survey

With the change in working environment it is interesting to understand how your level of satisfaction at work has changed. Please take the time to answer our short survey and stand a chance to win a Remote Worker Assessment which will help you to understand your strengths and weaknesses with the Work From Home situation. […]

iFacts Annual Report 2021

Every year we review our statistics and we look at what works for our clients and what doesn’t. The big compliment we received over the past 12 months was for the availability of our services and this is due to the incredible IT team we have that work hard to keep our system online and […]

Zoom, Gloom and Doom

It Is almost a full 12 months since the first lockdown shockwave set in and a new reality of daily virtual meetings became and now is normal. During this period, I personally would have thought that anyone who was serious about business, be they a small online coaching business, like my own, someone cooking and […]

The Coaching Industry

The coaching industry, like many other industries, is noticing shifting themes as part of their roles. MEL TOMLINSON shares some of these new trends her and other coaches are experiencing. Few industries have gone untouched this year – some have received a step-up, whilst others have been less fortunate. Not least of these more fortunate […]