Telkom Towers North
152 Proes Street
152 Proes Street
Private Bag X260
Telkom was named South Africa’s best fixed broadband service provider and mobile broadband operator for 2014 at the annual MyBroadband Conference in September. This was the fourth consecutive year that the company has been recognised as the best fixed broadband service provider, and Telkom was again awarded the best mobile broadband provider at the conference last week. The awards are based on the ratings of over 3 000 broadband users, who rate the services on value for money, network quality and billing and support.
On 28 October 2014, Telkom also received the 2014 Sunday Times Corporate Social Investment Award, part of the annual Sunday Times Top 100 Companies Awards. This accolade went to Telkom on the strength of the impact and sustainability of two major enterprise development projects that we support, namely the Bandwidth Barn ICT incubation programme and Absa Enterprise Development Centres.
At Telkom, we are constantly keeping pace with the changing demands of our Talent by translating business strategy into world-class capabilities and cultivating leaders.
As a market-leader employer of choice, we offer flexible benefits, work-life balance initiatives, talent management programs, as well as a comprehensive bouquet of training and development opportunities.
We fully understand that our employees have diverse financial goals and needs, so we offer competitive salary and benefits on a total package model, with excellent prospects and rapid career progression. Offering more than just a pay cheque, some of our fringe benefits include:
- 13th Cheque - a payment of gratitude to our employees in recognition of a job well done. This is benefit is available to our employees, payable on a date the suits their needs either monthly or as an accumulated lump sum.
- Car Allowance and Insurance – A fringe benefit we use to compensate our employees for any business use of their own private vehicle.
- Pension Scheme - A percentage of pay is put into their pension scheme automatically every payday.
- Telephone rebate (fixed and mobile) – We incentivise our staff who support our own products and services by covering a percentage of their utility bill each month.
- Subsistence and local travel - An allowance paid to our staff to cover accommodation, meals or incidentals costs where the employee is, by reason of the duties of his or her office or employment, obliged to spend at least one night away from his or her usual place of residence in the country.
Excellent performance doesn’t go unnoticed! From a note of appreciation to a Gala Dinner for two with the CEO and an overseas holiday, we reward our employees with much grandeur!
Level 1 is recognition that is specific to a service organisation and focuses on appreciation.
Level 2 – Spotlight award
Individual actions, desired competencies and behaviours (input) that contribute towards achieving the organisation’s objectives should be recognised and when appropriate, rewarded. For Spotlight awards, a maximum cash award of up to R6 000 is directly paid to an employee or team based on the magnitude of the achievement.
Level 3 – Business unit awards
Each business unit has a platform for recognising outstanding achievements on an annual basis. The recognition is given in public to ensure maximum impact and ongoing motivation, and the function should be hosted by the Head of the business unit (Chief Officer or Managing Director).
Level 4 – Group awards
This is the ultimate recognition level and the Group Chief Executive Officer hosts a prestigious recognition function, known as the “Leading Lights”. The Leading Lights function is a high-profile, annual programme for the whole Company, and celebrates the contributions made by individuals or teams. Recognition is an overseas trip!
The Employee Wellness division is intrinsic to the Telkom employee value proposition in terms of optimising wellness and the workplace in the company.
The division has the following functional disciplines:
- Physical Wellness
- HIV/AIDS Workplace Management
- Psycho-Social Wellness
- Financial and Socio-Economic Wellness
- Community and Social support involvement
- Safety Management
- Occupational Health and Hygiene Management
- Environmental Management
The common focus of these functional disciplines is embedded in the mitigation of business, human and social risks that can and may influence the individual employee and business performance of the company.
We are also constantly keeping pace with the changing demands of Telkom's workforce by translating Telkom's business strategy into world-class workforce capabilities; maximizing Telkom's employees' contributions toward the company success; developing leaders to manage cultural and organizational changes; and providing world class human resource expertise to our in-house customers. From Female Leadership Development to graduate internship programs, we pride ourselves on the growth of our employees.
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