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3 tech skills you should learn, even if you're not pursuing a career in tech
Being tech-savvy is no longer unique or reserved for specific people in specific roles. As an employee, regardless of your profession - you should be comfortable in using computers and technology in your everyday life. Being able to list basic tech and computer skills on your CV will make you even more attractive to potential employers.
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6/22/2018 6:00 AMDevelop your careerBridget Maoko5/31/2018 12:00 PM
tech-savvy, Coding, Data Analytics, Search engines, tech skills

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Being tech-savvy is no longer unique or reserved for specific people in specific roles. As an employee, regardless of your profession - you should be comfortable in using computers and technology in your everyday life. Being able to list basic tech and computer skills on your CV will make you even more attractive to potential employers.

Here are 3 tech skills we think you should learn:


Coding
Technology is no longer just for geeks. Every career and industry is becoming more tech-centric. In fact, all aspects of our lives are becoming more reliant on technology, making it pivotal to understand its basics, hence coding.

Code.org  says that coding is a literacy that is essential for understanding our increasingly computational world and that learning it makes humanity more productive, leading to an overall increase in economic productivity - which tends to result in higher standards of living. 

Technology is not a fad and there is no time like now to prepare for the future, and coding is your entry point to getting in there.

Data Analytics
Big data and data analytics have become major buzzwords because of the Internet of Things (IoT) playing a key role in most companies. Organisations will (if they do not already) expect most of their employees to have data analytics skills, some universities are even starting to offer IoT related courses. But you do not need a degree to understand Big Data Analytics and the Internet of Things.

A simple online course to become adept with IoT- analysis skills will suffice. The ability to analyse data and make informed recommendations to drive effective decision-making will turn you into an indispensable member of any team. So give yourself the edge and learn how to mine data now!

Search engines
Search engines are complex computer programs and are the main way in which we find secondary information on the web. According to Tech Republic, using a search engine is more than typing in the address, putting a couple of keywords into the text box, clicking search, and choosing the first result.

Search engines are not limited to text. You can search for graphics, sound, video and many other types of files. You first need to understand what you want to search for and use a search engine that is likely to yield the best results. For example: if you are searching for a job, then use a job search engine. If you are searching for an image, then use a visual search engine. Harness their power to your benefit.

There are plenty of tech skills you can learn, go ahead and learn them as they will future-proof your career.

Communicate Recruitment is a specialist recruitment company with a nationwide footprint. Visit our website to learn more about us and how we can Connect you to Great Careers in Engineering, Finance, IT, Freight and Contracting.

Unconventional career advice
Have you ever looked back in your life and thought to yourself: why did I waste so much time worrying? Did I make the wrong career move? Why is my career not peeking? Well maybe it’s because you were young and did not know any better or no one ever really told you, so here’s advice that will make you feel better about your life and career choices as a young person.
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6/15/2018 6:00 AMDevelop your careerBridget Maoko5/25/2018 11:00 AM
career,  advice, job,

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Let's be honest, there's no shortage of career advice or advice about anything on the internet. You might even argue that you are awfully bombarded and you need a break from taking advice on the internet. But you're reading this so maybe this article will help. Have you ever looked back in your life and thought to yourself: why did I waste so much time worrying? Did I make the wrong career move? Why is my career not peeking? Why did I rush myself? Well maybe it's because you were young and did not know any better or no one ever really told you. So here's advice that will make you feel better about your life and career choices as a young person.

You are not your job!
There is no arguing that we have placed great emphasis on defining ourselves through our work. This is known as 'work-role-centrality' meaning your job is central to who you are. But truth is, you are more than your job and defining yourself with your role overlooks many parts of your identity. This is not to say your job is not important – it is. That's why you've worked so hard to get it and are working even harder to keep it but in the words of Chuck Palahniuk: 'you are not your job, you are not how much money you have in the bank, you are not the car you drive, you are not the contents of your wallet.' Realise you are more!

There is no right time. Just do it!
There is never going to be a right time or right moment to speak, share an idea, or take a chance on something. If you feel strongly about it gather your courage and just do it. This may sound easier said than done but take a chance on life. Be daring! Say yes to that promotion, only the hiring manager can say no. 

Ask stupid questions
It is often said that we must not take life too seriously, well, the same can be said about our careers. Do not take it too seriously. Understand that the growth of your career will not be linear, so do not be afraid to ask even the silliest of questions. Seek knowledge, be inquisitive. You will thank yourself once you have that gratifying answer!

Know when it is not for you and that's okay too.
While you work your way up in your career do not be afraid to do different things. This will allow you to find out what you like and do not like. As you switch jobs and tasks in-between you may discover that maybe you don't like numbers as much as you thought and prefer helping people or being in the field instead of the office for 8 hours. This discovery will help shape your career into something more meaningful to you and your overall life.

Communicate Recruitment is a specialist recruitment company with a nationwide footprint. Visit our website today to learn how we can help you advance your career.

7 interesting benefits of hiring young people
Young people have the power to change the workplace with their innovative ideas and buoyant energy as compared to older people. In fact, having a mix of these two may be a great balance instead of leaning towards one end over the other.
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6/8/2018 6:00 AMKnow the industryBridget Maoko5/24/2018 1:00 PM
employer, young people, workplace, hiring

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As an employer, when you are deciding to recruit, it is important to consider the role and what it requires. For example, does it required extensive work experience or plain old good attitude and transferable skills to build on? This question becomes important if you are intending to hire young people who, in most cases do not have a wealth of experience to offer. There is however, more to young people than lack of experience and loyalty to the employer.

Young people have the power to change the workplace with their innovative ideas and buoyant energy as compared to older people. In fact, having a mix of these two may be a great balance instead of leaning towards one end over the other.


Here are reasons to help you consider hiring young people if you were ever in doubt about hiring them. 

Blank slates
Young people are a blank slates. They do not have habits from previous workplaces that are hard to break, giving you an opportunity as an employer to mould them into your ideal employees in a way that meets your business needs.

Insatiable desire to learn
Young employees have a learning mind set. They are used to learning and will continue learning. You want an employee who is always learning and growing in your business.

Cost effective
Hiring young employees might be less expensive than hiring older and more experienced employees.  That is because less experience usually equals lower starting salary.

They are super educated
Most young people (millennials) are educated. They have at least one degree. In fact, they may be the most educated generation to date. Wouldn't it be great to have a team of educated people in your business?

They are expressive
Younger people are not afraid to speak, this aspect of their personality can be useful in creative roles as they are better able to articulate their ideas with others in opinion based discussions. As an employer you can tap into this to generate new ideas for your business.

They value feedback
As human beings, we constantly need to be validated. This is especially true for younger people. This can be great in the workplace as they are likely to listen, take constructive criticism well, and use it to better themselves.

They are tech savvy
This generation has always been eager to adopt the newest gadget and technologies and the importance of having tech savvy employees in this century cannot be stressed enough. Your company could benefit greatly from employees who have a natural aptitude for technology.

The benefits are endless but come with their fair share of disadvantage. At the end of the day, it will depend on the role you are recruiting for and what attributes it requires in order to be best executed.

Communicate Recruitment is a specialist recruitment company with over 3 decades of experience. We can match the right candidate to any vacancy in your business in Engineering, Finance, IT, Freight and Contracting. Click here to learn more.

So you just graduated, how much are you expecting to earn?
Getting a degree in South Africa is hard but earning a living is even harder. The reality is, you can have a degree and still end up unemployed or worse severely underpaid.
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6/1/2018 6:00 AMDevelop your careerBridget Maoko5/21/2018 10:00 AM
career, degree, job, graduate, salary, south africa

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Getting a degree in South Africa is hard but earning a living is even harder. The reality is, you can have a degree and still end up unemployed or worse severely underpaid. But what are the causes that lead graduates to being underpaid after securing their hard earned degrees? 

Let's find out:

It could be your tertiary institution of choice 


Yep, it's true! Not all tertiary institutions are created equal and your potential employer may judge you on that. Students from different institutions get different starting salaries. MyBroadband did a qualifications and salary survey and which revealed that graduates from the University of the Witwatersrand earn the highest average starting salaries, followed by graduates from the University of Cape Town, Rhodes University, and the University of Pretoria.
So maybe your tertiary institution of choice is to blame?  

Well, not everyone thinks so, including MD of Communicate Recruitment, Werner Saayman. He reckons this is not all accurate – although it is true, some universities do have a good reputation for degrees in certain faculties, for example UKZN for Accountants, Tuks for Doctors et al. He has personally never paid a premium for a graduate based on their university of study.

Here's an average of what graduate get paid depending on the tertiary institution they went to

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It could be your qualification
Data from Analytico, a data and earnings consultancy firm, shows that Engineering and Information Technology graduates can expect higher salaries than those from other fields. For example the average starting salary for a person with an Engineering or IT degree is R19,180 and a meagre R6,612 for Humanities graduates.

But not everyone who has an Engineering degree will get this much. Remember David Lekomanyane who graduated with a Bachelor of Technology degree in Mining Engineering at the University of Johannesburg in 2015, he earning R2,000 because he did not have experience? It's a catch-22 faced for many graduates.

Here's an average of what graduates are paid depending on their qualification:

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Expectations problems
There is an incompatibility between qualifications and labour market skills required. (MacGregor, 2007) argues that there could be a problem regarding the expectations of companies and what graduates bring on the table and we all know that a company will not pay you any more than what they think you are worth.

However, our MD - Werner Saayman thinks that the challenge for most graduates is in applying the knowledge gained in tertiary at the workplace. A white paper from the University of North-West confirms this. It reckons most graduates are not prepared for the workplace regardless of having a tertiary qualification.

What you should do
A young South African who gets and keeps their first job for 12 months or more, has an 85% chance of being employed for the rest of their lives, this is according to the Development Bank of South Africa. So stick with that internship programme until the end and give it your best shot.

You need not change your career just because others seem to be making more money than you are. The last think you want is to waste 30 years in a career that you have no interest in just to earn a high salary that will eventually overprice you out of the market in relation to your peers.

Communicate Recruitment Connects Great People with Great Careers in Engineering, Finance, IT, Freight and Contracting throughout South Africa. Visit our website to find out how we can assistant you in finding your next job opportunity.

How to conquer your fear of changing jobs
Changing jobs is scary. When you change your job, you are also changing your identity, your income and livelihood. You are changing a core element of your life, so to some degree; it is acceptable to be a little rattled and uncertain about the decision.
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5/25/2018 6:00 AMTake the leadBridget Maoko5/3/2018 8:00 AM
Changing jobs, Fear, career

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Meet John! 

John is a Financial Manager. He has been working at his current company for 10 years. He feels undervalued, stagnant and wants to change jobs. John, like most people is scared his skills might be a little rusty so he is torn between staying at his current company and being courageous enough to take a new job.


Changing jobs is scary. When you change your job, you are also changing your identity, your income and livelihood. You are changing a core element of your life, so to some degree; it is acceptable to be a little rattled and uncertain about the decision. 


If you are caught between a rock and a hard place like John, then this article is for you. Here is why you are scared of changing jobs and how you can overcome your fear.  

Fear of the unknown
You might not call it fear but it is fear that is standing in your way of moving from your current job and starting over in a new company. This fear is coupled with your fear of NOT making a move, the fear of spending your life in a job you do not like and knowing that you are there because you are too afraid to change it will cripple you. But fear is not all bad. In its most basic form, it exists to protect your most prized possession: your livelihood. So how do you overcome it?

  • Use your intuition
    'Intuition is the journey from A to Z without stopping at any other letter along the way. It is knowing without knowing why.'' Intuition is always learning, and though it may occasionally send a signal that turns out to be less than urgent, everything it communicates is meaningful to you. Use your intuition to help you make a decision and do not override it with logic.

Generate good alternatives
South Africa's unemployment rate is sitting  at 26.7%  and making a conscious decision to resign from a stable job in a tough economy can be difficult, especially if there are no guarantees that your decision will lead to a 'better outcome.' In an effort to proof your decision, lay all your alternatives on the table. Explore the outcomes of resigning and thoroughly explore your decision to stay. Go with your most confident option, if you have the luxury of choice.

Think about the monetary value
Changing jobs a lot can raise eyebrows but staying in one place for long is a recipe for a minute income!  Job hopping has proven to boost salaries. Nomura, a financial services group confirms that switching jobs can give you a bigger pay bump than staying with your current employer and waiting for an annual increase. In fact, it has been proven that people who change jobs every 3 to 5 years earn more than those who seldom do. So think more money and all the great things you will do with it.

Get help from outside
If you are still undecided, get external help.  Sometimes, making a decision as complex as this can be overwhelming and getting someone to help you think can be eye opening. Engage your friends and family in order to improve the quality of your decision. If that is not enough then work with a reputable recruitment company like Communicate Recruitment.

Recruitment companies are committed to making sure that candidates like John achieve their career goals and will help them throughout the process, for free. In all our branches, we have specialist consultants that will help you think about your overall career path and how to get there. The final decision will always rest with you. Ask yourself what takes precedence – the thought of being unhappy at your current job or the thought of a job unknown.

Visit our website to learn how we can help you in your next career move.  

What makes Communicate Recruitment different
Communicate Recruitment is a specialist recruitment company with over 3 decades of experience. We connect great people in IT, Finance, Engineering, Freight and Contracting throughout Africa and South Africa on a permanent or part-time basis.
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5/18/2018 6:00 AMKnow the industryBridget Maoko5/9/2018 3:00 PM
Communicate Recruitment, IT, Finance, Engineering, Freight,  Contracting, great recruitment company

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Communicate Recruitment is a specialist recruitment company with over 3 decades of experience. We connect great people in IT, Finance, Engineering, Freight and Contracting throughout Africa and South Africa on a permanent or part-time basis. 

At Communicate, we believe recruitment is both an art and science. For us, the art of recruitment is a way of connecting and engaging with skilled talent that allows us to intuitively and knowledgeably understand the next best step in an individual's career. 



The science of recruitment enables these connections through our investment in technology. We build intelligence from our database and spend time on developing our networks so that we can deliver the best candidates the market has to offer.

Here are five reasons why we are a great recruitment company:

Specialists
When we say that we are 'specialist' recruiters, it goes way beyond words. For us, specialisation means that we have a wealth of knowledge about the niche industries we recruit for. We understand salary structures according to skill levels and career pathing in each specialist niche.

We have real connections, established networks, and valuable expertise.

Source top talent
As a candidate centric agency, it is our strategy to pro-actively attract top candidates onto our database. This focus on always connecting with the best candidates in our specialist markets ensures we are able to serve both you and the candidate's career journey; this is because we understand the power of real, meaningful relationships and the importance of growing a strong network built on a solid reputation.

Great Connections
Often the best candidates are not actively looking in the market but rather open to the right career opportunity. Our consultants engage with talent and keep connected over long periods of time advising on career growth strategies. Our Recruitment team goes way beyond just filling the client's brief, we partner with our clients to grow their business and make lifelong connections.

Retention
Each client has a dedicated Recruitment Team who assesses and understands your business needs. Whether you are a start-up, a growing enterprise or an established blue chip company: we will match the right candidate to the right opportunity. We are cognisant of the importance of retaining good talent; therefore, once a candidate accepts an offer, we will stay connected throughout the on-boarding process and support retention.

If you need assistance in sourcing top talent in IT, Finance, Engineering, Freight and Contracting, visit our website and contact us today.

How to register your CV on our website
As a specialist recruitment company, our primary goal is to introduce you to great career opportunities, but this will not happen if your CV is not registered with us. Uploading your CV on our website is an important part of the application process. 
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5/14/2018 11:00 AMDevelop your careerBridget Maoko5/14/2018 11:00 AM
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As a specialist recruitment company, our primary goal is to introduce you
to great career opportunities, but this will not happen if your CV is not
registered with us.
Uploading your CV on our website is an important part of the application process.
When your CV is uploaded on our website, our highly qualified consultants can make
use of your  qualifications and experience to find you a job that matches your
skills, maximising your chances of new job opportunities.

Here are 5 easy steps on how to register your CV on our website:



STEP 1. GO TO HTTPS://WWW.COMMUNICATE.CO.ZA/

 




STEP 2.  GO TO REGISTER YOUR CV

 

 

 

 

 

 

 







STEP 3. ENTER YOUR EMAIL ADDRESS AND A NEW PASSWORD
THEN CLICK REGISTER

STEP 4. BUILD YOUR PROFILE
It is important to provide as accurate and up to date information as possible.
Populate all your details here about your current job, how much you earn and highest qualification.

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STEP 5. UPLOAD YOUR CV AND CLICK ON THE SUBMIT BUTTON








Congratulations, you have successfully registered your CV on our website.
After step 5 you will get an email confirmation of your registration on our website prompting
you to reset your password. This will allow you to log in; in future should you want to edit your details.

How to reset your forgotten password?
Go to our website: www.communicate.co.za
Click on register your CV  and click on forgot password.
Enter your email address and click on the request password change button.
You will then get an email with instructions to change your password.

Is there a limit to the size of your CV?
Yes. Your file should not exceed more than 2MB

Which file type's do we accept?
Doc, Docx and PDF

Communicate Recruitment is a specialist recruitment company with over 3 decades of experience.
We connect great people in the IT, Finance, Engineering, Freight and Contracting 
throughout Africa and South Africa on a permanent or part-time basis.

How to keep high energy levels at work
Most companies expect their employees to be productive at work and maintain high energy levels throughout the day. But this is not always practical as we are prone to fatigue, stress and boredom in the workplace. How can this be curbed and energy increased without you taking time away from work?
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5/4/2018 12:00 AMTake the leadBridget Maoko4/25/2018 3:00 PM
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Most companies expect their employees to be productive at work and maintain high energy levels throughout the day. But this is not always practical as we are prone to fatigue, stress and boredom in the workplace. How can this be curbed and energy increased without you taking time away from work?

Here are 4 things you should practice in order to feel revitalised at work.


Deal with a burnout proactively
Chasing deadlines, solving problems or being stuck in a loop can lead to burnout. But as an individual, it is best to always have a plan of action on how you can proactively deal with burnouts when they occur, as they are inventible. For example, taking regular breaks in the office. Research suggest that taking 15 minutes breaks for every 90 minutes re-energises your productivity levels. So take regular breaks even if they are not 15 minutes long.

Understand your chronotype
Your chronotype or your body's biological clock is the way in which your circadian rhythm is set to manage energy levels throughout the day – it is your body's natural timeline for various activities you do on a daily basis like eating and sleeping. By understanding your body's chronotype, you can work in harmony with it in order to get the most out of your day. For example, figuring out if you are a morning person or night owl can make a difference in how you live each day.

Eat for energy
Digestion is one of the major drains on your energy supplies, so Harvard Medical School reckons you should eat for energy. This is because your body needs fuel (food) to function, and without it, your energy can slope down. You don't have to change your diet altogether as you may already be eating some of these foods like fresh fruits and nuts but what you have to do now is eat them at the right amount and right time. For example, quit having heavy dinner, what are you going to do with all those calories in your sleep?

Be happy
Research shows that happiness has a direct link to a rich source of energy that no amount of exercise or healthy eating can match. So make sure that you really are happy at work, happy with your colleagues, at home or other spaces where you consciously spend time in or risk using unnecessary energy that could be used to your overall satisfaction and career growth in trying to solve those problems that caused you to be unhappy. 

Exercise
Contrary to what you might believe about exercise – it does not make you feel tired. In fact, it gives you more energy. In a study published by the journal of Psychotherapy and Psychosomatics, researchers found that inactive people who complained of fatigue could increase their energy by 20%, by simply participating in low-intensity exercise. The study further found that; when people walked more steps, they ended the day with more energy than on days when they walked less.

So include exercise in your daily or weekly routine. You do not necessarily have to go to gym, your house, regular walks and generally keeping active will make a difference. 

We are a specialist Recruitment Company with over 3 decades of experience. Visit our website to find out how we can Connect you to Great Careers.

Communicate Recruitment is changing lives
As a specialist recruitment company in IT we would also would like to see Tumelo complete his IT Diploma and help him with a start in getting his career in IT on track. But this will not happen if he does not have enough resources to get him through his course. We are inviting you to pay it forward for him just like Candice did
Tumelo
5/3/2018 2:00 PMTake the leadBridget Maoko5/3/2018 2:00 PM
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South African children face many socio-economic challenges, which hinders them from receiving quality education. In terms of section 29 of the South African constitution, everyone has the right to basic education, including adult basic education. However, our lack of access to quality communities and ill-equipped public libraries causes this right to be somewhat a luxury to some people, like Tumelo Tshuma who hails from Orange Farm in Soweto.
Tumelo, who is currently studying IT at Wilber Force Community College in Evaton is in arrears worth R3000 for the year 2017 and R5600 for the current year. Coming from a destitute community and family, he lives with his grandmother and 12 of his other family members in a four bedroom RDP house.


Impoverish South Africans like Tumelo may never be motivated enough to realise the importance of a sustainable future through education. And that's why one of our former recruitment consultant Candice Dennison saw it fit to help Tumelo.

Communicate Recruitment and Candice embarked on a journey to getting Tumelo textbooks, a laptop and financial aid to help him have enough resources to complete his challenging IT course.

Vodacom, private individuals like Stefan Van Schoor donated textbooks and Bharat Chennupati donated a laptop.

As a specialist recruitment company in IT we would also like to see Tumelo complete his IT Diploma and help him with a start in getting his career in IT on track. But this will not happen if he does not have enough resources to get him through his course. We are inviting you to pay it forward for him, just like Candice did.

We have all had that one individual or company who went the extra mile to lend a helping hand in our career; it could have been a mentor, boss, teacher or colleague. Be that lending hand to Tumelo Tshuma and help him realise his dream of completing his course by contribute towards his tuition fees, donating more books, clothes or any other useful resources you may deem worthy to make his journey smoother. Contact us on care@communicate.co.za to make arrangements for any donations.

How technology is disrupting the world of Chartered Accountants
According to studies accounting is in danger because of automation and technology. The  ability to adapt to this rapid change will arguably be one of the most important attributes that CAs will need, this is because many of the functions currently performed by CAs will  soon be performed by sophisticated technology, ultimately changing the skills that will be needed to perform this work in the future
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4/26/2018 6:00 AMKnow the industryBridget Maoko4/25/2018 8:00 AM
 automation, technology, chartered accountants

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Founder of the World Economic Forum, Klaus Schwab, said that we are entering a Fourth Industrial Revolution characterised by new technologies that will fundamentally change the way in which we live, work and relate to one another. Mandi Olivier, senior executive for professional development at the South African Institute of Chartered Accountants (SAICA) said that we are experiencing a period of radical change when asked about the Fourth Industrial Revolution; Wikipedia says that this revolution is marked by emerging technological breakthroughs in a number of fields, and the accounting profession is one of them.

According to studies accounting is in danger because of automation and technology. The  ability to adapt to this rapid change will arguably be one of the most important attributes that CAs will need, this is because many of the functions currently performed by CAs will  soon be performed by sophisticated technology, ultimately changing the skills that will be needed to perform this work in the future.

For example, mundane work like data entry tasks, repetitive bookkeeping, memorising accounting standards and being able to record journal entries for transactions will be automated, leaving accounting professionals to focus on more strategic roles, like process improvement, cost control, and capital optimisation.

Accounting has to evolve
The University of Pretoria is conducting research that is extending a challenge to other universities on changing the current CA(SA) curriculum. SAICA has also launched a research project titled CA2025 in order to look at the Chartered Accountant of the Future and identify the skills needed.

The big question: will accountants lose their jobs?
No. The media may be painting a picture of doom where all jobs in future will be automated and done by robots but that is not always the case, like with accounting. Accountants will not lose their jobs due to technology but rather technology will change how accounting is done in the future. Some skills currently in use will be redundant and new skills will have to be adopted.

ACCA (Association of Chartered Certified Accountants) says that it has been warning accountants about the need to adapt as 'crunching the numbers and counting the beans' will no longer cut it. Accounting will evolve and professionals will have to learn new skills in order to keep up with a new generation of CA(SA)s that will meet business needs in a disruptive era.

Communicate Recruitment is a specialist recruitment company with over 3 decades of experience. We have a solid network of contacts in the Finance industry and can match the right candidate to any vacancy in your business. Visit our website to learn more about us and how you can register your vacancies with us.

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