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City of Cape Town‘s new climate change strategy finalised

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The City of Cape Town’s Climate Change Strategy is now available online as a digital publication on the City’s website. Based on public input, a focus area of ecosystem health and human health and wellbeing was included in the final strategy. The City’s vision is to help make Cape Town a climate resilient, resource efficient, and carbon neutral city that enables inclusive economic development and healthy, thriving communities and ecosystems. Read More »City of Cape Town‘s new climate change strategy finalised

Left: Christian Wehrle, CEO and Chairman of the Executive Board of BITZER and right: Rainer Große-Kracht, CTO and Vice Chairman of the Executive Board of BITZER. Photo by Bitzer

Supervisory Board appoints Christian Wehrle as Bitzer CEO

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The Supervisory Board of BITZER SE has appointed Christian Wehrle, long-standing member of the executive board and chief operations officer, as chairman of the executive board with immediate effect. At the same time Rainer Große-Kracht, member of the executive board and chief technology officer, was appointed vice chairman of the executive board.Read More »Supervisory Board appoints Christian Wehrle as Bitzer CEO

A key driver for organisations to utilise TES is flexible access to skilled workers during economically uncertain times. Photo by Creative Commons

TES sector important economic health indicator

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The Temporary Employment Services (TES) sector has proven once again to be an important measurement of the health of the economy. Contraction and expansion of the sector is a leading indicator of the state of the labour market, with TES workers typically the first to be laid off when demand for goods and services drop and the subsequent increase in the number of TES workers, often the first sign of economic recovery. As with so many labour market changes, South Africa is closely aligned to international trends.Read More »TES sector important economic health indicator