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Launch of Work-Family Arrangements Study Online Survey


The survey, the first of its kind in South Africa, will obtain information on work-family arrangements in a sample of South African organisations. This information will relate to topics such as flexible working arrangements (working from home, flexi-time, job sharing etc), leave arrangements (leave to attend to sick children, maternity and paternity leave etc) and information on other supportive arrangements offered by employers. The sample comprises those organisations listed on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE) that fall within the parameters set for the final sample.

The use of web questionnaires is becoming increasingly utilised in survey methodology and presents interesting and unique challenges for researchers.

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Traditional leaders' TB, Aids pledge - The New Age Online


Traditional leaders' TB, Aids pledge
The New Age Online
The pledge was signed under the auspices of the South African National Aids Council (Sanac)in Centurion, outside Pretoria, and follows a renewed effort to stamp out TB and HIV-Aids especially in rural areas where traditional leaders still...

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Retrieved: Fri, Apr 25, 2014

Mass TB tests 'would save billions' - BDlive


Mass TB tests 'would save billions'
BDlive
Sadc heads of state signed a declaration on TB in the mining sector in August 2012, recognising the vulnerability of mineworkers to TB and HIV/AIDS and highlighting the challenges facing the region. Last night, health ministers from South Africa ...

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Retrieved: Fri, Apr 25, 2014

Africa: Beyond the Ballot - Widening African Reform - AllAfrica.com


Africa: Beyond the Ballot - Widening African Reform
AllAfrica.com
In Mauritius, South Africa, Namibia, Ghana, Benin, Botswana, Lesotho, Morocco, Senegal, Mozambique and the Gambia, citizens who took part in the ECA study considered their legislatures to be free from the control of the executive....

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Retrieved: Fri, Apr 25, 2014

Traditional leaders' TB, Aids pledge - The New Age Online


Traditional leaders' TB, Aids pledge
The New Age Online
The pledge was signed under the auspices of the South African National Aids Council (Sanac)in Centurion, outside Pretoria, and follows a renewed effort to stamp out TB and HIV-Aids especially in rural areas where traditional leaders still...

Google Alerts
Retrieved: Fri, Apr 25, 2014

Mass TB tests 'would save billions' - BDlive


Mass TB tests 'would save billions'
BDlive
Sadc heads of state signed a declaration on TB in the mining sector in August 2012, recognising the vulnerability of mineworkers to TB and HIV/AIDS and highlighting the challenges facing the region. Last night, health ministers from South Africa ...

Google Alerts
Retrieved: Fri, Apr 25, 2014

Africa: Beyond the Ballot - Widening African Reform - AllAfrica.com


Africa: Beyond the Ballot - Widening African Reform
AllAfrica.com
In Mauritius, South Africa, Namibia, Ghana, Benin, Botswana, Lesotho, Morocco, Senegal, Mozambique and the Gambia, citizens who took part in the ECA study considered their legislatures to be free from the control of the executive....

Google Alerts
Retrieved: Fri, Apr 25, 2014

Traditional leaders' TB, Aids pledge - The New Age Online


Traditional leaders' TB, Aids pledge
The New Age Online
The pledge was signed under the auspices of the South African National Aids Council (Sanac)in Centurion, outside Pretoria, and follows a renewed effort to stamp out TB and HIV-Aids especially in rural areas where traditional leaders still...

Google Alerts
Retrieved: Fri, Apr 25, 2014

Mass TB tests 'would save billions' - BDlive


Mass TB tests 'would save billions'
BDlive
Sadc heads of state signed a declaration on TB in the mining sector in August 2012, recognising the vulnerability of mineworkers to TB and HIV/AIDS and highlighting the challenges facing the region. Last night, health ministers from South Africa ...

Google Alerts
Retrieved: Fri, Apr 25, 2014

Africa: Beyond the Ballot - Widening African Reform - AllAfrica.com


Africa: Beyond the Ballot - Widening African Reform
AllAfrica.com
In Mauritius, South Africa, Namibia, Ghana, Benin, Botswana, Lesotho, Morocco, Senegal, Mozambique and the Gambia, citizens who took part in the ECA study considered their legislatures to be free from the control of the executive....

Google Alerts
Retrieved: Fri, Apr 25, 2014

Traditional leaders' TB, Aids pledge - The New Age Online


Traditional leaders' TB, Aids pledge
The New Age Online
The pledge was signed under the auspices of the South African National Aids Council (Sanac)in Centurion, outside Pretoria, and follows a renewed effort to stamp out TB and HIV-Aids especially in rural areas where traditional leaders still...

Google Alerts
Retrieved: Fri, Apr 25, 2014

Mass TB tests 'would save billions' - BDlive


Mass TB tests 'would save billions'
BDlive
Sadc heads of state signed a declaration on TB in the mining sector in August 2012, recognising the vulnerability of mineworkers to TB and HIV/AIDS and highlighting the challenges facing the region. Last night, health ministers from South Africa ...

Google Alerts
Retrieved: Fri, Apr 25, 2014

Africa: Beyond the Ballot - Widening African Reform - AllAfrica.com


Africa: Beyond the Ballot - Widening African Reform
AllAfrica.com
In Mauritius, South Africa, Namibia, Ghana, Benin, Botswana, Lesotho, Morocco, Senegal, Mozambique and the Gambia, citizens who took part in the ECA study considered their legislatures to be free from the control of the executive....

Google Alerts
Retrieved: Fri, Apr 25, 2014


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