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The Covid19 pandemic has changed our working environment drastically. Companies had to re-evaluate working processes, and prioritise the safety and well-being of their employees. Working from home has become a norm for some businesses.

New and different careers are emerging as the wants and needs of people change, find your place in an evolving job market.

Is it possible to get hired without having the relevant work experience? Yes, ofcourse it is.

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Flexibility reigns in the COVID-19-era of remote working, driving trends such as semigration where professionals can escape the big city for the coast or countryside without taking a pay cut. However, with this inherent flexibility comes the assumption that, since an employee’s workplace is conveniently situated wherever they are, they are easily able to work outside of what would in the past have been considered as office or working hours. Welcome to the always-on culture. 

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One of the major legacies of the pandemic is an expectation by workers that they will be allowed to work remotely more often, according to a new study Decoding Global Ways of Working by Boston Consulting Group (BCG) and 

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Just over a year ago, the world of work closed down. For millions of employees around the world, remote work became a reality – for many, literally overnight.

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How to leverage existing infrastructure and employee engagement to build a solid work from home foundation for the business.

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As part of South Africa’s Disaster Management Act,  strict measures have been put in place to contain the spread of the deadly Covid-19 virus and prevent local transmissions. 

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