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Work-Family Arrangements in SA Organisations


Lisa's paper presented results from her recent online survey on work-family arrangements among JSE listed companies in South Africa. This forms part of her Phd through the University of Sydney and is a HEARD project. A work-family symposium where two international academics will present is planned for November. At the symposium, Lisa will present her full findings from her research. Details of the symposium coming soon.


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Luanda — The military health services of the Southern African Development Community Countries (SADC) are firm in the implementation of mechanisms for the prevention of the spreading of the Ebola virus, responsible the...

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