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A diverse group of people mixed within the workplace is bound to stir up some interesting issues. Creating a workplace where there is a positive culture of tolerance is the key to harnessing the competitive edge a diverse workforce gives the business.

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Focusing in the office has long been difficult, especially since companies became evangelical about knocking down walls in the name of open plan collaboration and lowering costs. But now, after nearly two years at home for many people, the return can feel almost designed to undermine your productivity.

This week Ivan Israelstam offers his proposal on how employers and employees need to do to work together in their joint interest. The pandemic has certainly exposed the inequalities in our society. Given the magnitude of management and executive packages, the question raised is: are business owners and workers able to seek the consensus to achieve a more equitable distribution of reward.? Ivan indicates this requires both business owners and workers to change their uncooperative mindset.

A very timeous report by Ivan Israelstam on what employers should take into account when managing employees from home. How should productively be managed, and what should management be aware of in this new world of work?

Dr Mamphela Ramphe
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