Many companies are battling to find the right balance between remote and in-office work, with employees often wanting greater flexibility in their working arrangements.

“The pandemic may be over, but the South African workforce hasn’t reverted to the 2019 normal. Instead, challenges such as persistent load-shedding, slow economic growth and decaying public services mean that organisations and their employees continue to face challenging times. [Meanwhile], employees are fatigued and frazzled, a picture that has remained unchanged since the pandemic,” says Kea Hammond, the chief people officer at +OneX, a solutions and systems integrator...

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