Junior managers 'need training to cope with workloads'

Posted on July 11, 2011

South African business schools say the global economic recession has placed greater pressure on junior managers, and companies need to invest in skills and training development to help them cope with increased responsibilities...   Shaun Rozyn, executive director for corporate education at the Gordon Institute of Business Science (GIBS), said while managers in SA had good technical skills, over 90% of the demand for corporate education at GIBS was still for general management due to the changing demographics of the management sphere. "We are finding managers who are younger aged with greater responsibility," he said.

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