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Category Business Role

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Business Role is one of the four main topics of Business Studies, in the South African FET Phase Curriculum. It counts for 25% of the content you will learn each year. The other topics are Business Environment, Business Venture and Business Operation.

The sub-topics of Business Role are:

  • Creative thinking and problem-solving
  • Self-management, professionalism and ethics
  • Human rights, inclusivity and environmental issues
  • Social Responsibility
  • Stress, crisis, change and conflict management
  • Relationship and team performance

How to Deal with Diversity Issues in the Workplace

What is Inclusivity? Inclusivity is the act of not excluding any member of society because of differences such as social background, gender and disability. Everyone has the right to be treated fairly in the workplace, and no one should be… Continue Reading →

What Are the Benefits of Diversity in the Workplace?

Companies are increasingly being encouraged to promote diversity in the workplace, but what is it exactly? What is Diversity in the Workplace? In business, diversity means hiring a wide range of people from different backgrounds and making sure that they… Continue Reading →

How to Promote Social and Cultural Rights in the Workplace

Social and Cultural Rights belong to a category known as second-generation or socio-economic rights, which are related to the social and economic well-being of individuals. We discussed these rights and listed examples from each, in the previous article, Examples of… Continue Reading →

Examples of Economic, Social and Cultural Rights in South Africa

Three Generations of Human Rights Explained Click here for a definition of Human Rights, as well as a list of South African human rights and their implication in the workplace. First Generation – Civil and Political Rights There are three… Continue Reading →

Definition of Human Rights and their Implication in the Workplace

What are Human Rights? Human rights are basic rights and freedoms that belong to every person, simply because they are human. It does not matter what religion, gender, race or political group they belong to. In South Africa, the list… Continue Reading →

Discuss the Disadvantages of CSR to the Community

As corporate citizens, companies have a responsibility towards society. They are expected to conduct their operations in ethical and moral ways. Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is the framework that is used to measure and enforce this. To achieve social responsibility,… Continue Reading →

Discover the Benefits of CSI to the Community

In this lesson, we look at the benefits of CSI to the community. Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is the way in which businesses operate responsibly and ethically. They use their physical, financial, and human resources to positively impact their entire… Continue Reading →

Describe the Differences Between CSR and CSI

Definition of Corporate Social Responsibility Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is not a once-off project. Instead, it is an ethical approach that guides all the company’s decisions. It is a long-term commitment by the business, to manage its processes in a… Continue Reading →

10 Disadvantages of CSI to the Business – Negative Impact

What are the possible disadvantages of CSI to a business? We focus the question on (Corporate Social Investment) CSI because that is area of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) that usually poses the greatest threat to a business. This is because… Continue Reading →

Benefits of CSR (or CSI) to the Business – Positive Impact

Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and Corporate Social Investment (CSI) are closely connected. CSI is a part of CSR, and they both promote responsible business. That is why, when it comes to their advantages to businesses, there is hardly a difference… Continue Reading →

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