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More peacemakers, fewer pacemakers: how to kill bullying at school and work

By Barbara du Preez-Ulmi. 20 January, 2017 – Childline KZN South Africa reports an increase of bullying at schools, with their operations manager Adeshini Naicker calling for stricter penalties against bullies. 928 more words

Conflict Prevention

Mothers are not the only ones who can raise children: let's share parental leave

By Barbara du Preez-Ulmi. If you are expecting a baby, or if you are adopting one, you will be able to stay at home for an entire year, most likely on full pay, and raise your child. 1,585 more words

Labour Law

Legal analysis: Who is a worker?

At a recent conference in Dhaka a panel had been organized on the human resources management and applications of employment and labour laws. One from the participants came up with a question- whether an executive is a worker? 1,146 more words

Single working parents, discrimination and possible solutions

By Barbara du Preez-Ulmi. As a working parent in South Africa, you are entitled to 3 days of paid family responsibility leave (depending). If you are a single parent, you pray your child will never get the Measles. 1,083 more words

Conflict Prevention

Reduce conflict through processes: start, end, repeat, improve, share

By Barbara du Preez-Ulmi. She has been sitting in the shade of the papaya tree for almost an hour when I walked up to her. I sat down, and in typical… 943 more words

Labour Law

President of Japan's largest advertising company resigns after employee's suicide

President of Dentsu Inc, Tadashi Ishii, 65, has announced he’s stepping down following the death of a female employee who committed suicide in 122 more words