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What gets you going?
From the moment Alison von During set up her Airbnb in the studio apartment and private, leafy patio of her newly-acquired house in Vredehoek, on the slopes of Table Mountain, this was the question that drove her:
What gets you going?...
The last five years have been brutal – on tourism, and on me. You too, probably.
The last year has been even worse. It’s almost finished most of us: some of us have lost loved ones, many of us have lost businesses or our livelihoods.
We don’t need to go into the details. You’ve felt it, too....
Opinion piece: submitted by SAP Concur
For the past few months, most companies have focused their energy on how to adapt to a remote work environment and keep the business moving forward. But, what happens when shelter-in-place restrictions are eased and people head back to the office which...
Published on behalf of SAP Concur.
Are companies relieved of their duty to care for the wellbeing of their employees during this lockdown period?
Angelique Montalto, Sales Director, SAP Concur
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