At Xceed365, we believe that education forms the foundation for innovation. This is why we’re taking active steps to foster education in Africa by giving 1% of every Xceed365 software sale to primary education in Nigeria.
Human Capital Management process automation is at the heart of what we do; we seek to enable our customers elevate their HR practice, improve productivity and profitability. Our HR articles are designed to highlight HR trends and best practices.
GZ Industries (GZI) was founded in 2006 and opened West Africa’s first can manufacturing plant in Agbara, Nigeria in 2010. The factory was commissioned in August 2010 to manufacture aluminium beverage cans for brewers and bottling companies in Nigeria and other West African countries. It reached capacity of 1.2 billion cans, per annum, in 2012. GZI’s 46,000 square metre factory
Established in May 1990, and commenced operations in July of the same year as a commercial bank, Zenith Bank Plc is Nigeria’s biggest and most successful bank Zenith Bank. With its headquarters in Lagos, Nigeria, Zenith Bank Plc has over 500 branches and business offices in prime commercial centres all over Nigeria. Zenith Bank currently ranks as the 6th biggest
Choosing the right partner for your HR transformation project is an important business decision. The big question is: Is there a right way or wrong way to do this? In this video blog I will explore the 3 questions you must ask yourself when selecting your HR Technology partner. 1. How does the HR Technology Partner handle integrations with other
Today I’m going to share 5 major trends in the HR technology world and what they mean for HR managers and C-Level executives in Africa. 1.Making Sense of HR and People Data. Over the last few years the #1 trend has been an increased use of People data and analytics in the practice of HR and talent management. Interestingly, the
In Nigeria today, talented people are needed in businesses to ensure success. These people must be erudite, motivated and superior-performing employees. This is always true, but no more now, because quite a number of CEOs in Nigeria perceive their employees as the great differentiator in a very competitive business setting of today. Note That: In this service-inclined economy of today,