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From Youth Bulge to Youth Bomb: Why Employment Remains Elusive for Graduates

Recent reforms have focused on strengthening labour protection and establishing youth targeted employment programmes and funds.

Three Professors Take on the Ineos Challenge

'I am feeling good. After Roger Bannister in 1954 it took another 63 years. I tried and I did not get it - 65...

The Old Guys Keep Getting Jobs

Appointments by President Uhuru Kenyatta reveal his love for retirees, even as millions of young Kenyans languish in unemployment.

Safaricom Named 2019 FKE Employer of the Year

Safaricom was recognized for Inclusiveness & Diversity and Effective Human Resource & Industrial Relations practice.

Exhibition open for Kenyan artists to showcase their work

Talented Kenyan artists have landed a rare opportunity to show their work to potential buyers during the African Inspiration art exhibition week at the...

Brand promise is reflected in people and machines

As every day passes there are fewer places to hide what a former American Vice President called ‘an inconvenient truth’. Al Gore was referring...

Effective ways to get story tellers to talk straight

So much business communication is on email these days.  And so disruptive is that medium that I spend much of my time inside organisations...

Why it’s always lonely at the top and what you can do about it

Executive burnout: Businesses leader face challenges so powerful that a good number of them reckon that they can handle the pressure for less than two years
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