RecruitAGraduate Blog

  • Top 6 interview questions you should be asking
    Conducting an interview is often regarded as a simple process. Potential candidates are invited to meet with you, a few questions are exchanged and the most qualified person is selected - easy as pie. However, in addition to finding someone competent, you also need to assess the candidate's character to ensure a perfect fit, as well as longevity within the given role. To achieve this, the...
  • Labourwise Disciplinary action after resignation with immediate effect
    There has been uncertainty about an employer’s right to proceed with disciplinary action after an employee’s resignation ‘with immediate effect’. A judgement of the Labour Court in Cape Town has brought about much needed clarity. In a previous case before the Labour Court, Mtati v KPMG Services (Pty) Ltd (2017), the judge granted an interdict against the employer who...
  • Why #IAmHiring Graduates
    The Facebook group #ImStaying, with over half a million members, has fostered its fair share of controversy. On the one hand it has created an online community who feel the positive stories shared are a welcome change to all the horrific crime, corruption and negativity that we as South Africans are faced with every day. Others feel the group is elitist and panders to those from privileged...
  • Follow your passions, find your career
      My journey as an artist began 12 years ago, when I was in High school. I used to spend hours learning songs of artists that I liked and singing them. I loved singing so much that I wouldn’t miss an opportunity to sing at church or school. I loved drawing and writing. I just loved creating things from nothing. Some nights I would stay up all night writing a project for my arts and...
  • Dismissal due to breakdown of trust
    It is the breakdown of the relationship of trust that normally justifies termination of employment in cases of employee misconduct. How serious must that breakdown be? Does the employer have to prove such breakdown of trust to justify dismissal? The relationship of trust is most pertinent in cases of dishonesty. But not always. The question of trust also with other types of misconduct, or...