Prepare for Productivity Transformation in the Digital Workplace

The world has been preparing for the digital shift for years, and the pandemic finally tipped the scale. There’s...

Meet the maverick Chairman of the Productivity SA Board: Prof Mthunzi Mdwaba

Professor Mthunzi Mdwaba has been serving as the Productivity SA chairman since 2015 and holds a BA degree in...

Unlocking South Africa’s productivity potential for sustained competitiveness and economic growth beyond covid-19

There is no denying that the global COVID-19 pandemic has had a major effect on the South African economy...

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Prepare for Productivity Transformation in the Digital Workplace
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Meet the maverick Chairman of the Productivity SA Board: Prof Mthunzi Mdwaba
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Unlocking South Africa’s productivity potential for sustained competitiveness and economic growth beyond covid-19
In the press
Heritage Month and Productivity
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Women-led businesses making waves
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4 Employee Engagement Trends to Consider for 2021

Let’s grasp the fact that business success can’t happen without employee engagement… Employee engagement is a timeless priority for any business, and when you’re able to get it right, the positive impact echoes across the whole organisation. The value of engaged employees has adapted to the effects of the global pandemic, economic uncertainty and even political anxieties. These workplaces have evolved to stay competitive and even thrive in challenging circumstances.

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Prepare for Productivity Transformation in the Digital Workplace

The world has been preparing for the digital shift for years, and the pandemic finally tipped the scale. There’s no denying it, the future of work is adaptable, flexible and involves the considered use of technology. Many organisations realise that their response to change will be vital in staying productive and relevant – and as a result, some clear digital workplace trends are emerging.

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Looking for ways to improve employee productivity in 2021?

2020 represented a turning point for most businesses, and the profound implications of Covid-19 lasted longer than many thought possible. Measuring the productivity of your company or department this year allows you to make operational changes, adding employees and equipment to meet deadlines specifically. Understanding the productivity level of your workforce allows you to gauge overall efficiency, and there are a variety of manners to measure productivity in order to achieve a higher growth rate.

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Let’s Enter With The Power Of Productivity

Covid-19, coupled with technology enhancements, have worsened and disrupted our already fragile socio-economic and labour market systems, the infrastructure and business models, with a devastating effect. We need a change in nature and the future of work. There are numerous signs that the pandemic is aggravating existing conditions.  South Africa’s unemployment rate increased by 7,5% to 30,8% (11 million people) in the third quarter of 2020 compared to the second quarter, leaving citizens in poverty, and inequality reaching unprecedented levels and the highest by world standards.

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5 Ways To Keep Productivity Up During The Holiday Season

The holiday season is a challenging time for organisations to maintain status-quo levels of productivity.  South Africans fall into a pre-holiday slump with numerous distractions that keep them occupied such as Christmas shopping, parties and socialising. December is also the time for companies to celebrate their successes for the last year and employees to forge closer relationships with colleagues and clients at year-end functions, long lunches and gifts. All of these have an impact on productivity as it’s effortless for individuals to ‘check out’, physically and mentally.

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