We’re proud to announce our newly published African Human Capital and Labour Reports were recently featured on CNBC Africa: Take a look!
These reports provide an in-depth and comprehensive overview of the latest human capital and labour trends and developments in Africa. Each 100+ page report is a review and analysis of the most significant developments in that country. Each chapter includes implications, challenges and recommendations.
In addition, the African Human Capital and Labour Reports set these developments in context and explain their significance. Data is benchmarked against South Africa and Nigeria to provide context and perspective. This enables you to make better strategic decisions for your organisation.
Download a 48-page sample of the South African Human Capital and Labour Report. Click here to request a sample.
These reports have already been purchased by leading organisations such as: FNB | Old Mutual | PwC | Group Five | Imperial | Anglo Gold Ashanti | Transnet | Nampak | Smollan | SAB Miller | UTi | MultiChoice | M-Net | SuperSport | Foschini | KFC | Media24 | G4S | Murray & Roberts | Virgin Active | Mr Price | Eskom | Comair | Parmalat | EOH | Merck | Unilever | Sappi | Afrisam | Sasol | University of Johannesburg | University of Pretoria | Monash | Tongaat Hulett | Internet Solutions | Department of the Premier | Metorex | Volkswagen | GIBS | Massmart | Sun International | Santam
If your organisation is already doing business in Africa or looking to expand into Africa these reports are vital to your planning and future success.
The reports are used to:
- Develop future business strategies when expanding into Africa.
- Better play a strategic role in expansion decisions within the boardroom.
- Get a strategic overview of the human capital and labour force context of each African country.
- Better understand the industrial relations and collective bargaining framework of each country.
- Keep abreast of employment trends in relevant industries and occupations.
- Better manage and utilise expatriates and diaspora.
- Better understand wage and salary trends.
- Get an in-depth analysis of the quality of human capital from primary education to higher education (including an overview of the TVET system in the country).
The following reports are available in either a hard copy or electronic format: South Africa, Ghana, Kenya, Nigeria, Tanzania, Uganda and Zambia. Click here to learn more.
Unbiased research from credible and authoritative sources:
We have only gathered information from credible and publishable sources, including the:
- World Bank
- African Development Bank
- International Labour Organization
- World Health Organization
- United Nations Development Program
- International Monetary Fund
- World Economic Forum
- Mo Ibrahim Foundation
- Central banks
- Government departments
- Statistical bureaus
- And many more.
- PDF version.
- Hard copy version.
For any queries regarding these reports please contact: Zia Attlee: firstname.lastname@example.org or (011) 706 6009.