Pt 2 - #ThisIsUs South Africa! Lebang Kgosana speaks to youth impactors Lakheni Mduba and Mduduzi Mahlangu about their NPO, African Ladder. African Ladder gives back to the community and impacts the youth by offering free 'R.E 5' lessons to those who want to enter the financial sector.

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One way videos are a thing! Jaco Voigt chats to Jesse Bosch from Interview ME. As a subscription based or month-to-month product, Interview ME is a self-funded startup software platform business. Although focused on the benefits of building interviews and saving time recruiting talent for your business, any industry relying on one way information can make use of this platform. Asking interviewing questions to candidates and allowing them time to build their responses ensures that any recruiter or manager can watch back to back responses at a time suitable to them - without repeating the same questions over and over. With this programme, the candidate comes before the CV where potential can be identified in person rather than in piles of paper. The one way interview permutations are endless - doctors interviewing patients, schools doing student interviews, applications for post graduate programmes and more.

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The 'gig economy' has been millennials’ buzz term for a while now, but that’s evolved into micro-jobbing - and Ladder is the killer app. Similar in concept to a ride hailing app, but for the artisanal tasks that need to be done around the home, Ladder is a platform for the casual labour market to connect to customers in an accredited, safe space. For more information For more information click here. Brought to you by Ozow.

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How far must employers go in standing by their employees? How can an employee claim benefit from an employer, and how long can an employer withstand the absence of its employees during these tough times? Can you insist on working from home? What are the respective legal rights and obligations? In studio with Garry and with the answers is Lisa-Anne King of Fluxmans Attorneys.

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The rise of technology has in many ways made everyday life easier and convenient. But, for all its great uses there are also repercussions. The blue collar workforce are losing jobs because technology is replacing them. Tasks that were done by low-level professionals are now performed by inventions such as automated toll boots, supermarket tills and assembly lines in factories. Highly qualified jobs in law and finance are also being threatened by digitisation, robots and other innovations. With the advent of job losses in the 4th Industrial Revolution, would a universal basic income help mitigate the challenge? The Interchange is made possible by Absa and Tshimong.

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Are you entitled to endless sick leave? What are the rights of employees and employers in cases of poor performance? In studio with Garry are Senior Associates Nadia Froneman and Tasso Anestidis from international law firm Eversheds Sutherland (Sandton). This show is presented in alliance with LegalTalkSA.

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