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Absenteeism costs the South African economy between R12 billion and R16 billion a year,
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Going back to work after the lazy summer holidays might feel like a harrowing re-entry into reality when having to face the gruelling daily commute again,
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On the 13th January, three people won the American Powerball lottery and shared a massive US 1.6 billion, the equivalent of R26.56 billion!
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Half of employers know within the first five minutes of an interview if a candidate is a good fit for a position.
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The start of a New Year is always a great time to re-evaluate your business plans and operations, and ask yourself if there's anything you could do better.
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As we enter the New Year, many will face the daunting task of getting back into the swing of work. Once the body and mind have relaxed over the holiday season,
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Employees who believe that management is concerned about them as a whole person - not just an employee - are more productive, more satisfied,
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When starting the New Year many people want to get a new hairstyle, de-clutter their house or buy a new fashionable wardrobe - so why not do the same for your...
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As South African workers, students and learners start feeling the happy vibes of holidays that are just around the corner,
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High temperatures continue to plague Johannesburg and Pretoria resulting in reduced productivity and morale in the workplace.
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With businesses heading for their annual shut down period and everyone gearing up for the holidays,
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Any downtime a chance to review strategies, strengthen weak areas of the business. While many companies will be without their full staff compliment over the December...
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Everyone is always talking about results. You hear it from your boss and your boss' boss. They say things like: "I want to see results," so often, but what does that...
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The demands of keeping a job, raising children and running a home are driving more working moms in SA to the brink of a nervous breakdown.
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Access to quality healthcare is considered a basic human right, however, the South African healthcare sector is faced with numerous challenges that impede this...
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Hurtling towards any given December is stressful, but doing so in the South African socio-economic climate of 2015 is arguably more so.
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Survey finds employers committed to improving the health of their covered populations. 
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In a highly competitive marketplace, with few differentiating variables, business productivity is the lifeblood of any forward thinking entity. There can be no...
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Technology in our cars is so advanced, driving takes little effort today: you do not have to park by yourself, have extra sensors looking out for pedestrians and...
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Worldwide, the insurance industry is facing more disruption than any other industry, posing threats for some and opening up promising commercial possibilities for...

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