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  • Looking 02 Aug 2017

    I'm a fast learn adapt easily with the staff

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  • mining 12 May 2017

    Hi guys, as almost everyone knows economic activity in modern-day South Africa has been centred on mining activities, their ancillary services and supplies. So, many of us want to use this condition to find a job in that sector. I was searching information about the issue and I found an interesting webpage that I want to share with you here:

    http://www.chamberofmines.org.za/sa-mining

    It talks about that fact but it doesn't solve my doubts about in what are the best or the more famous mining companies that I have to apply in order to find a job in that sector at South Africa. I'm now living in Pretoria but I'm available to move around the country no matter where.

    I hope anyone will help me to find them.

    Thank you,

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  • The average salary for a Bank Teller per year in South Africa 12 May 2017

    Hito everyone, I've been working as a Bank Teller in Johannesburg for 10 years and now that I've just changed my job to being a lawyer I was wondering if my previous salary fitted the current average salary for this type of work. I found in the next webside that the average is about R94,757 per year:

    http://www.payscale.com/research/ZA/Job=Bank_Teller/Salary

    I wanted to share this information here to resolve anyone's doubts of this issue.

    Best regards,


    http://www.payscale.com/research/ZA/Job=Bank_Teller/Salary

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  • working in Thohoyandou 12 May 2017

    Hi guys, I've just moved to Thohoyandou from Nigeria and I really need to find a job there, no matter the sector because I only have few experience as a waitress in some restaurants.

    Could anyone advise me about what are the most important economical sectors in Thohoyandou? So, I could look for a job of that profession in this area.

    Thank you,

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  • What are the most popular Call Centers in South Africa? 02 May 2017

    Hello, I'm interested in working at a southafrican Call Center (not an american one) and I'm looking for the most popular to sent my CV. I've found in this link that is a company to apply to them and says that "Worldwide Call Centers is Your Best Source to Outsource to South African Call Center Agencies for Multilingual Customer Support"

    https://www.worldwidecallcenters.com/global_focus/south-african-call-centres/

    Could anyone confirm that this company is reliable?

    Thank you guys,

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  • What's the average salary for a receptionist per year? 02 May 2017

    Hi guys, I've been a receptionist for 5 years and I was wondering if my salary fits with the current averagre salary per year in our country for my job. So I've decided to look up on Google and this page appeared to me: http://www.payscale.com/research/ZA/Job=Receptionist/Salary

    It says that the average salary for a Receptionist is R72,513 per year but I earn a little less than that. What do you think guys? Could someone agree with this average?

    I'll be waiting for your answers because if it's true, I'll show it to my boss.

    Thank you,

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  • Maximum age for receptionist? Last updated by Jenni: 28 Mar 2017

    Can I become a receptionist if I am 55?

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    • I firmly believe that at age 55, which by the way I am too, we have gone through all of the issues one had when younger. Children are adults, we have amassed years of people experience, and maturity! Nothing should hold one back from being of service to any practice or company! Good luck to all...Jenni

      22 Mar 2017 Reply to Jenni
    • Totally so. I'm with Jenni. At this age you've gone through a lot and gathered a lot of experience and wisdom. I think that most times you're more able for the task than the general believe gives you credit for.

      22 Mar 2017 Reply to Amber
      • Hi Amber,one thing that I've also learnt being older, is that I am not afraid to ask questions, or take on new challenges! My motto is..'measure twice, and cut once'. There's one country that I have the utmost respect for is Australia/New Zealand..why? Take note of how many mature (older) people work for Border Security! Why? Because there is value, and years of experience, with more mature people! If one is in good health, why not use those people to enrich businesses?

        23 Mar 2017 Reply to Jenni
        • Yes, with experience and age also your corners have been chipped off and you've learned to play the balance between the radical (in the good sense) approach of youth and the political correctness (sometimes too marked) that age teaches you to smooth off. Yes we can work, and very well, after 50!

          28 Mar 2017 Reply to Amber
          • Yep, I agree 100% with you Amber! It all depends on the person, because lets be realistic, there are many dedicated, hard working younger people, and so also not so dedicated maturer people! It's all got to do with attitude, and a willingness to enhance one's work place, and engage with other people! An 'attitude of gratitude' & Service Excellence!

            28 Mar 2017
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  • Type of work contract Last updated by Nobuhle: 28 Sep 2015

    What should I take into consideration when choosing the type of job contract for me? (full/part time, etc...)

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    • Fulltime

      28 Sep 2015 Reply to Nobuhle
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  • Company culture Last updated by Sannah Khumalo: 02 Aug 2015

    What is most important to you when choosing a company to work for?

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    • I value team building, honesty and respect each other, to grow with the company and make the best of my ability to that company

      02 Aug 2015 Reply to Sannah Khumalo
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