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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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