Latest News

Becoming a digital workforce

May 28th, 2020

The lockdown has illustrated how many job functions can still be performed while working remotely. Virtual meetings and online group collaborations have become standard business practice. The resultant flexible work environment will likely continue even post-lockdown with many companies looking at implementing such policies in more direct ways.


The world of work post-lockdown

May 20th, 2020

With South Africa already operating on Lockdown Level 4 for almost two weeks, thoughts are turning to when all industries will be able to resume full-scale operations.


Remote management – The challenges of a scattered workforce

May 14th, 2020

How are organisations supposed to manage and pay remote workers in world defined by distance?


Doing business in the post-lockdown world

May 8th, 2020

As the gradual easing of the strict lockdown conditions approaches, thoughts turn to how companies will begin their recovery. Ian McAlister, GM of CRS Technologies, looks at what to expect.


Gender or Sex – Don’t discriminate against either

Apr 28th, 2020

Fluid gender definitions have interesting implications for the South African workplace.


Social media hiring – Risks and complexities

Apr 24th, 2020

Social media may be in the public domain but the personality online is not necessarily the person in the real world.


The realities of remote working

Apr 21st, 2020

Ian McAlister, General Manager at CRS Technologies, believes remote working is about more than ensuring staff have a reliable internet connection.


The importance of employee mental health during lockdown

Apr 15th, 2020

Even though the extension of South Africa’s lockdown until the end of April may not have been unexpected, companies would do well to consider the mental impact this prolonged period of isolation could have on their employees.


The rights of employers during the lockdown

Apr 6th, 2020

With South Africa’s lockdown well and truly underway, companies are facing unprecedented times. Even when the country was in the throes of the State of Emergency in the 80s and early 90s, work continued, albeit with strict social controls in place and a strong police and military presence. But business as usual has not been possible for many organisations, leaving employers perplexed about the issue of salary payments.


Constant payroll crises a sure sign you’ve outgrown your software

Mar 30th, 2020

Processing your company’s payroll should be a breeze, but if your payroll department is living from one crisis to the next, chances are good you’ve either outgrown your HR and payroll software, your solution provider, or both, says Ian McAlister, General Manager of CRS Technologies.


About CRS

CRS Technologies is a leading provider of solutions and services to the burgeoning and critically important human resource (HR) and human capital management (HCM) industries. Following its establishment in 1985, the Johannesburg-based company quickly found its niche in the HR,...

RSS Feeds