Focus on BEE ratings sees salaries for HR specialists increase in 2016

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2016 will see greater focus on transformation and improving on BEE ratings, which has been intensified by the recent changes in BEE requirements.

Through training and development of staff, organisations are not only able to influence productivity levels but also improve on their BEE rating; ultimately effecting supplier agreements and rebates. 

Through training, developing and upskilling employees, organisations are not only able to influence productivity levels but also improve on their BEE ratings; ultimately effecting supplier agreements, rebates and the like.

The results of the Robert Walters Salary Survey reveal that across HR, roles which relate to BEE stand to see the biggest salary increases.

Nicolas Rainier, Manager for HR Recruitment, comments:

“With BEE legislative requirements becoming more stringent, companies are obliged to comply accordingly. Through training ,developing and upskilling employees, organisations are not only able to influence productivity levels but also improve on their BEE ratings; ultimately effecting supplier agreements, rebates and the like.” 

2016 Salary Update:

  • Roles in learning & development and BEE advisory will see salary growth of 11% on average
  • This compares to a rise of 6% across all HR roles in South Africa.
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