African Human Capital and Labour Report: South Africa Wilhelm Crous

ISBN: 9781322114484

Published: September 14th 2014

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215 pages


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African Human Capital and Labour Report: South Africa  by  Wilhelm Crous

African Human Capital and Labour Report: South Africa by Wilhelm Crous
September 14th 2014 | ebook | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, RTF | 215 pages | ISBN: 9781322114484 | 5.24 Mb

The quality and, to a lesser extent, the quantity of a countrys labour force are prerequisites for a countrys economy to grow sustainably over the long term.The African Human Capital Report South Africa focuses on broad Human Capital indicators.MoreThe quality and, to a lesser extent, the quantity of a countrys labour force are prerequisites for a countrys economy to grow sustainably over the long term.The African Human Capital Report South Africa focuses on broad Human Capital indicators.

i.e.: Socio-Demographic indicators, including population parameters, standard of living and poverty measures. Healthcare and Wellness: The focus here is on the impact of Tuberculosis (TB), HIV/AIDS and malaria on the workforce and workplace- the availability of specialist healthcare and also primary and secondary healthcare. Education trends, including the education level of the population and workforce- as well as education standards and output. Labour Force, including the economically active population, job creation, employment sectors, skills shortages, the training and skills development framework, employment of expatriates, brain drain, industrial relations and so on.Throughout the report implications, challenges and recommendations are offered to employers, policy makers, donors, investors and the human resource management fraternity.

This is all done within the context of the South African socioeconomic realities.Where appropriate, comparisons were made with Kenya, Nigeria and subSaharan Africa. Nigeria was selected because of being the largest economy in Africa- Kenya for being the largest economy in East Africa and also being viewed as an entry point for investors to enter into Africa.

The data of these countries are used to provide context and perspective.The report refers only briefly to the South African economy, political situation or general risk factors. There are dozens of reports, research and publications available in that regard for those who wish to apprise themselves of information relating to those areas.This report is unique by its predominant focus on the South African labour force.



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