Bruce Morgan thinks he has the best job in the world. He knows a lot about helping time based CRM practitioners become more efficient and profitable and is passionate about showing them how to make more money by using appropriate technologies. He is CEO of GreatSoft (Pty) Ltd, a world class cloud based business, an Endeavor Entrepreneur and the winner of the FNB Business Innovations Award 2015.
Bruce Morgan, CRM opinion leader.
CEO of GreatSoft (Pty) Ltd
Engaging with hundreds if not thousands of time-based professionals over a 20 year period we have seen how important planning is in everyday audit and accounting practices. More specifically – timekeeping! The most frustrating thing about timekeeping is that it is regularly performed as an afterthought, month after month, making it most unlikely to rectify
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Changes to the ETI Act The changes to the ETI formula is valid as of 1 April 2020 and will end 31 July 2020.: The proposed amendments that impact on payrolls and employers are summarised below. The formula bands for employees aged 18 to 29 years who have qualified for less than 24 months have
On 3 April 2020 the Compensation Fund published Government Gazette No. 43203 that specifies the annual earnings threshold that payrolls must apply to calculate employee earnings for the annual Return of Earnings (W.As 8) report. The earnings threshold is R484 200 pa and is effective from 1 March 2020. INCREASE OF MAXIMUM AMOUNT OF EARNINGS
Minister of Trade and Industry Ebrahim Patel on Wednesday announced that businesses can apply for required certification via the Companies and Intellectual Property Commission’s Bizportal website (bizportal.gov.za/) from 26 March 2020. It is an automatic electronic process and certification will be made available instantly. A physical certificate will also be issued on the same website. Please note
During the lockdown period, an employee may be requested by the employer to take annual leave from his/her annual leave credits. The BCEA allows employers to determine the time that employees can take their annual leave. Please note that 10 and 13 April 2020 are public holidays and should therefore not be deducted from the