The Government of Equatorial Guinea is hosting the fourth session of the Africa HR Forum – HR Insights Series 2021 on Friday, 16 April 2021. With the aim of bringing together HR professionals and leaders of the pan-African HR community to exchange information on leading practices and solutions, the Government of Equatorial Guinea, through the Ministry of Labour, Employment Promotion and Social Security, the Ministry of Public Service and Administrative Reform in collaboration with iCUBEFARM and the African HR Confederation, launched the Africa HR Forum – HR Insights Series, a series of virtual discussions to be held on the third Friday of each month, as a prelude to the Africa HR Forum 2021. The HR Insights Series aims to focus on analysing the current state of the Pan-African labour sector, identifying solutions and promoting the development and growth of the Pan-African labour market.
The Africa HR Forum HR Insights Series 2021 is designed to provoke creative thinking, anticipation, and proactive planning amongst HR and People Management professionals so that they are always ahead of the curve, ready for the next required step in their strategic and operational roles in 2021 and beyond, and are not caught unprepared.
Specifically, the HR Insight Series aims at:
- Providing valuable and practical guidelines for tackling day to day operational challenges at work as well as in life in general as these two spheres are closely and intricately woven together in today’s world of work
- Provoking new thinking about being operational excellent and a strategic partner to one’s organization as an HR and People Management professional.
- Challenging HR and People Management professionals to become more internally and externally collaborative, embrace creativity and design thinking in solving HR and business problems, eagerly use networks from across functional areas, sectors, and organizations by utilizing an econ-systems approach to work and life.
- Enabling continuous professional development and inculcate a learning organization mentality for continuous improvement.
Sessions will be held on the third Friday of every month and we are currently gearing up for the fourth session on Friday, April 16th 2021 from 15h GMT +1. This session will be led by Jerry Botha who will be delving into the topic “Employee Remuneration – The Year Ahead in Covid-19.” In exploring this topic, Mr. Jerry Botha will discuss the best practice strategies from an employee remuneration and reward perspective, whilst ensuring sustainable business practices.”
Jerry Botha is the Managing Partner of Tax Consulting South Africa and has over 25 years’ experience in the field of taxation and remuneration. He holds his own FSCA License, is a Master Reward Practitioner and has served on the Executive of the South African Reward Association (“SARA”) for more than a decade, Chairs the SARA Employee Benefit Committee, and is a Certified Payroll Practitioner and Tax Practitioner. Jerry is an esteemed speaker and trainer on topics concerning employee benefits, remuneration methodology and best practice, as well as employees’ tax and optimally handling SARS engagements. He also authored the LexisNexis textbook on ‘Expatriate Tax’ which includes a component on international remuneration methodology, as well as advised many large South African and multi-national businesses on complex and / or best practice solutions concerning remuneration, benefits and taxation.
To participate in the upcoming HR Insights Series on Friday, April 16th 2021 and subsequent sessions, visit HR INSIGHTS SERIES – Africa HR Forum ( https://www.africahrforum.com/hr-insights-series/ ) and for any inquiries, email email@example.com.