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10 Strategic Steps You Can Take to Strengthen Your Business

It takes courage to lead with an infinite mindset because success might not show immediately, but if you adopt it as a corporate strategy, you’ll build a stronger, more stable, more innovative, and inspiring company.

Interview: South African Techpreneur Aisha Pandor Out to Sweep Kenya

Touching base on their recent expansion into  Kenya, Aisha credited their choice to begin with the East African country, to its growing start-up e-commerce ecosystem and the pre-existing culture of domestic help that required modernisation.

Eveready Taps Sameer Executive as Acting Managing Director

Masaki joins the loss-making battery manufacturer from Sameer Group, where he was the Finance Manager. He will perform as Acting MD pending the appointment of a substantive Managing Director by the board.

Irreplaceable CEO? Lancet Appoints 3 People to Take Over from Kalebi

Kalebi's official title was Group Managing Director, CEO and Chief Consultant Pathologist - highlighting the different roles he took on at the organization. The roles will now be split between Mwende Musunga as Group CEO, Matthieu Goge as Group Managing Director and Dr. Charles Wahome as Chief Consultant Pathologist.

Kenyan Women & The Workplace: Progress Made Despite Major Hurdles

Kenyan women in the workplace have had to fight countless battles over the years, advocating for policies that not only assure them access to opportunities but also protection from harassment and discrimination based on their gender. In 2021, women feature in key decision making roles at major organizations, including as CEOs of listed firms such as KenGen and East African Breweries Limited (EABL) among others. Across different cadres, however, challenges they face remain the same.

15 Inspiring Women in Corporate Africa

According to McKinsey's Women in the Workplace 2020 study, women make up 48% of entry-level employees, but only 38% of managers, 34% of senior managers or directors, 29% of VPs, 23% of SVPs, and just 22% of C-suite executives. We kick off with our top 15 list of African women in the Corporate world. These women have torn down gender bias in the workplace by taking up SHE-EO (CEO), founders, head officers, and managerial seats in some of the continent's leading companies.

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.

Top professors score ‘E’ in CV writing

The now famours  91-page CV of Prof. George Magoha, the nominee for CS Education, has elicited mixed reactions in social media and become the...

Five promising ways to earn a living

Online shopping, delivery, price comparison and credit availing platforms as well as commodity holding apps, which link the market and the retailer or the customer, are some of the few areas one can invest in

Why Kenyan workers don’t need annual pay increases

Labour Day, which was marked yesterday, has become an annual ritual. This comes with either a minimum pay increase or just policy pronouncement. Both...