As the largest business within the PLP Group, NEXT offers its clients a bespoke solution to generate more revenue from their existing clients, while simultaneously providing the type of value added products and services that keep customers engaged with their brand.
LEAP provides all graded members of the Tourism Grading Council of South Africa (TGCSA) with an incredibly successful value added service: the Basket of Benefits. The service is tailor-made to suit the needs of small to medium-sized tourism hospitality establishments.
Stress, inactivity, poor nutrition, low work engagement and self-motivation can cause issues in any work environment. When these are not addressed they will ultimately hurt morale and reduce profits. Research has shown that the best solution to manage and address these concerns amongst employees is personal mastery.
In December 2014 PLP Group acquired controlling interest inYour Call New Zealand (Pty) Ltd. The company, based in Hastings, New Zealand, has provided call centre customer service support, security monitoring services and other contract call centre functions for its customers for the last 20 years.
Enterprise Development is a key concept for South Africans, and together with Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment, it forms a large part of entrepreneurship in our country. But with 5 out of 7 entrepreneurs failing within the first 18 months, it is clear that the emphasis should be on sustainability, which can be encouraged by access […]
PLP Namibia is pleased to announce that IJG has taken a 25% stake in the company. PLP Nambia is a leading supplier of Customer and Staff Engagemement Programmes, as well as Business Support Services and Business Process Outsourcing. The investment by IJG sees its Chairman, Mr. Mathews Hamutenya and its Group Managing Director, Mr. Mark Späth […]
Wouldn’t it be great if employers could generate the same level of dedication in their staff that we see in the loyalty of sports fans to their team? How do you create the same passion and emotional buy-in for your employer brand?
How have loyalty programmes changed to suit the ever-changing needs of the consumer? We look at the global trends in loyalty programmes and how South Africa compares to the rest of the world.
When companies start their new financial year, part of their planning must involve implementing the revised B-BBEE Codes of Good Practice. The codes include priority elements with sub-minimum criteria, and if these are not met, companies will lose their achieved B-BBEE status.
Limited human resources, long working hours and employees that are expected to be available on their smart phones 24/7, are factors that make it increasingly difficult to sustain continued high performances at work.
Entrepreneurship is the single most important activity in our economy. It is the only activity that enables enterprising South Africans to create new value, new money and new jobs. It stands to reason that our government has a responsibility to encourage entrepreneurship.
B-BBEE legislation requires that companies invest in developing entrepreneurs and capacitating local businesses. However, despite the millions of rands being poured into enterprise development, we know little in terms of the economic impact of these investments.
The demand on our time and the perception that it should be possible to ‘do it all’ create the unrealistic expectation that there is such a thing as the ‘perfect work-life balance’. In reality devoting equal amounts of time and energy to work and personal life is impossible. No amount of deliberated choices guarantees complete […]
A recent case study reported a 30% lift in sales by switching staff from pre-defined incentives to providing employees with freedom of choice.
As part of PLP Group’s commitment towards Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment (BBBEE) and economic transformation in South Africa, PLP’s management is extremely proud to announce the launch of a new black owned commercial property investment player, Leasehold Asset Management (LAM).