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Samson Osero is Human Resource Development Consultant and Author of 'Transition into Retirement'. My personal email is: [email protected]

Unmasking ‘Small Issues’ Causing Big Trouble For Media Houses

As a last ditch attempt to stay afloat, the mainstream media should search for other business opportunities. For instance, they can take advantage of their existing distribution systems and related resources to serve entirely new customers.

Flaws In The Certified Managers Bill That Must Be Addressed

For an occupation to become a profession, it must have a common body of knowledge; a certification system of the knowledge; methods of using the knowledge for the public good and mechanisms for enforcing an ethical code of conduct. Notwithstanding these tenets of professionalism, here are critical issues that the mover of the Bill, Hon. Gladys Wanga, needs to address before it becomes law.

Here Today, Gone Tomorrow: How Job-Hopping Affects Your Career

Most employers accept or reject job hoppers depending on existing hiring policies and practices and job requirements.

COVID-19: The Missing Links

The best alternative for those being released for self-quarantine should be mandatory quarantine in designated government facilities.

CEOs Acting For Too Long Isn’t a Cool Thing

The appointing authorities sleepover indecision until they are woken up by uproar from within and without the organization.

Six Ways to Bounce Back After Losing a Job

Kenya’s corporate sector continues to lay off workers citing hard economic times that threaten the survival of long-established firms.

Retire Rich and Happy Even if You Don’t Earn a Big...

Working full-time many employees are too busy to pause and think of the finances they shall require for a comfortable life in retirement.

Developing Salary Scheme for Employees Eliminates Pay Inequity

Best remuneration practices require that salaries be calibrated on or above market rates taking into account affordability.

Let it Be Done to Betting as it is Done to...

People engage in all forms of betting on the mistaken belief that on average wins and losses may end up giving them a profit.

Succession Planning is Great But Often Fails Miserably

Boards that believe in injecting new blood into an organization to avoid the negative side of in-breeding have advocated outside candidates