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South African offices are changing rapidly as the workplace continues to shift from a utilitarian place where you earn your money from nine to five to a much more...
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While female corporate workers are every bit as capable and successful as their male counterparts, as mothers they may have more of a challenge finding a balance...
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Your ability to focus and be productive greatly depends on your environment, and that is a fact that has been confirmed by researchers numerous times. However, many...
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It is Psychosocial Disability Awareness Month in South Africa and the perfect time to highlight an all too often shunned and stigmatised topic: mental illness.
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Work-related back disorders are a significant and increasing problem in office workplaces the world over and a major contributor to rising absenteeism.
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Employees are no longer content with just a pay cheque and good benefits. There is a soul-searching epidemic afoot in the workplace where they want meaning and...
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Multi-tasking has become a part of our work culture. According to Inc. magazine, most of us spend just 1 minute and 15 seconds on a task before we are...
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In South Africa, “strike action” has become a metaphor for “violent outbursts against all authority”. The reality is that striking employees simply do not...
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What employers and employees need to know about company benefits.
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No wrinkles, a resilient constitution, joints that never ache … oh to be young! While this feeling of being immortal is one we all seek, it also meant that when...
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Flexible working arrangements are a trend that’s here to stay, as a way of giving employees more autonomy, a better work/life balance and more job satisfaction.
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“Whether you think you can, or you think you can’t – you’re right.” - Henry Ford
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Science has proven that our subconscious mind remembers everything that happened to us before we were six years old.
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The biblical story of the Tower of Babel has always fascinated me. Not least because I have never been good at languages, having struggled with both Afrikaans and...
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So much is being said, written and read about millennials every day, that you’d think they’re a different species. Born between 1981 and 1997, they’re the...
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Suggesting flexible working hours to alleviate traffic congestion as suggested by City Officials could have a serious impact on employees and company productivity.
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Although the current work zeitgeist is for open plan offices, further thought is needed to keep different types of office workers happy throughout the workday.
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Offices would be much better places to work if they were more like cars. New car models are often embedded with technologies that make driving easier, safer and more...
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Workplace bullying is widespread, that is very clear from research, reading and conversations I have had over the past few years.
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While depression is a common illness, it often goes undiagnosed and untreated for years. People are typically very reluctant to seek treatment for it, even though...

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