by Ailsa Wingfield. With finite time but infinite change, consumers’ expectations don’t stand still. But what does true convenience mean?
by Vanessa Gibb. Working in a global village, needing to be flexible, adaptable, competitive and available at all times — how do we strike the balance?
Fabric, an international recruitment consultancy focused on the media and marketing sectors, has opened its doors in Johannesburg under the leadership of Jacqueline Rose. Fabric also has offices in London and Dubai.
Flexible work environments have been on the radar for a long time and new research suggests it’s fast becoming the norm globally. Used both as a tool to save costs and to attract and keep talent flexible work environments, where employees are in charge of when and where they work, they are also playing an important role in improving work-life experience of many employees.