In August, male Grade 11 and Grade 12 learners from Wendywood and Alexandra High Schools in Johannesburg benefited from direct exposure to the realities of running a progressive, modern and profitable business. The learners were recently hosted for a full day by Sandton-based Accsys as part of the Company’s annual Boys in Business Day initiative.
Accsys is a proud member of the Business Connexion (BCX) Group and national supplier of people management software and hardware solutions within HR, payroll and time & attendance.
In line with its human resource development and ongoing contribution to skills development in South Africa, Business Connexion member Accsys has hosted Grade 11 and 12 female learners from Wendywood and Alexandra High Schools for a day as part of the annual Cell C Bring a Girl Child to Work initiative.
When its existing access control and security system was disabled after being struck by lightning, Hearts of Hope, a Section 21 not-for-profit organisation focused on the welfare of vulnerable children, looked to Accsys for help. A replacement system was needed to effectively record and store time & attendance information, as well as address urgent issues with access control, safety and security.
Hearts of Hope urgently needed to replace its damaged system, but lacked the resources to fully fund this.
Demonstrating its technical proficiency and knowledge of the business management solutions space – as well as its commitment to South Africa’s socio-economic development, Accsys has confirmed the rollout of Accsys Peopleware Time & Attendance system at the SOS Children’s Village, a non-governmental organisation (NGO) based in Johannesburg.
The annual Cell C ‘Bring a Girl Child to Work Day’ initiative is keeping the role of women in the workplace on the minds of decision makers and business leaders claims management at Accsys.
The company, a member of the Business Connexion (BCX) Group, has again hosted learners from Wendywood High School and Alexandra High School for a day as part of its contribution to Cell C’s annual campaign.
A group of male Grade 11 and 12 learners had a rare opportunity to go behind the scenes at industry-leading, established company and witness - first-hand - what constitutes a professional, credible business operation.
Women are growing in stature within the workplace and continue to demonstrate an astute ability to overcome hurdles, lead from the fronts and succeed in their careers. This message of encouragement is one of several given to female learners who were hosted by Accsys in support of the Cell C Bring a Girl Child to Work Day.
Management and members of staff from Accsys, a national supplier of payroll, HR, time & attendance and access control solutions, have again come out in strong support of the annual Discovery 702 Walk the Talk charity event.
Accsys, a national supplier of payroll, HR, Time & Attendance and Access Control solutions, has extended the value of the national Cell C Bring a Girl Child to Work Day by hosting its own Bring a Boy Child to Work initiative.