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Worksucks – Make Work, Work

Telephone: +27 84 581 4922
Fax: +086 655 29 77
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Postal Address: P O Box 2830 Houghton 2041
Worksucks – Make Work, Work
Yusuf Mahomedy is the founder of Worksucks – Make Work, Work that assists organisations to authentically attract and retain talent for a competitive advantage.

In the past decade, Yusuf Mahomedy has accumulated a wealth of expertise around the new work economy, talent and reward management. A Chartered Accountant by profession, he served articles at MSGM Masuku Jeena (later merged with Pricewaterhousecoopers), worked as an employees’ tax consultant at Ernst & Young and headed up the remuneration department at the MTN Group. Yusuf is registered with SAICA, SAIPA, SARA and SARS. He is a member of SAICA’s Continuing Professional Development committee.

Author

Yusuf is the author of two books and is working on others. You can read about his latest book here.

Lecturer, Columnist & Contributor

Yusuf lectures strategic HR on the MBA programme at Mancosa. He has a column in a HR (http://www.hrfuture.net) and a career magazine, has contributed dozens of articles in various publications, has been interviewed on radio and regularly speaks at business/HR conferences.

Speaker & Trainer

From unconventional presentations to advanced training, we assist organisations & individuals understand the challenges; explore different approaches, drive performance and most importantly, get bottom line results. For a summary of presentations and workshops, click here.

Consultancy

Yusuf has worked with corporates, professional bodies, parastatals and academic institutions. The major areas covered are the war for talent, reward strategy, remuneration structures, recognition, employment taxes & spend and career management. For the latest updates, visit the blog here (http://www.worksucks.co.za). HR professionals that qualify, get free access to our Talent Agenda E-Library of insights & resources.

National Talent Project

We are running a one of a kind, national talent project at universities, to assist employers attract and engage future talent.
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