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Lyle Malander Scoops Top Prize In The SAICA Top-35-Under-35 CA(SA) Competition

Lyle Malander (30), Director: Malander Advisory, Malander Placements, Malander Digital, and Malander UK, has been announced as the overall winner of the 2018 Top 35-under-35 chartered accountants [CA(SA)] award.

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The Top-35-under-35 competition was launched by the South African Institute of Chartered Accountants (SAICA) in 2014 to recognise its young CA(SA) achievers. It has proven to be a huge success in recognising and promoting young CAs(SA) under the age of 35 who are not just achieving extraordinary results in their professional capacity, but also have a significant impact on society.

There were also five category winners:

  • Influence: Nathaniel Japhta (31), Director, F.A.M Consulting; Founder, Pro 226 Africa; and Co-owner, Easylife Kitchens.
  • Develop: Ashley-Juan van der Hoogen (28), Business Development Director, Ranzo Trading and Olbro Logistics.
  • Lead: Chris van Zyl (32), Founder and Managing Director of Walworth Consulting (Pty) Ltd, and a professional rugby player.
  • Power of Professional Thinking: Wadzanai Mabuto (34), Senior Lecturer at University of Johannesburg.
  • Out of the Ordinary: Louise Chunnett (34) and Frans Geldenhuys (34), Bidvest ALICE Founding Members, Bidvest Advisory Services (Pty) Ltd.

The Top-35-under-35 competition was launched by the South African Institute of Chartered Accountants (SAICA) in 2014 to recognise its young CA(SA) achievers. It has proven to be a huge success in recognising and promoting young CAs(SA) under the age of 35 who are not just achieving extraordinary results in their professional capacity, but also have a significant impact on society.

There were also five category winners:

  • Influence: Nathaniel Japhta (31), Director, F.A.M Consulting; Founder, Pro 226 Africa; and Co-owner, Easylife Kitchens.
  • Develop: Ashley-Juan van der Hoogen (28), Business Development Director, Ranzo Trading and Olbro Logistics.
  • Lead: Chris van Zyl (32), Founder and Managing Director of Walworth Consulting (Pty) Ltd, and a professional rugby player.
  • Power of Professional Thinking: Wadzanai Mabuto (34), Senior Lecturer at University of Johannesburg.
  • Out of the Ordinary: Louise Churnett (34) and Frans Geldenhuis (34), Bidvest ALICE Founding Members, Bidvest Advisory Services (Pty) Ltd.

Related: 10 Young Entrepreneurs Under 30 Share Their Start-Up Secrets

More on the winners

The winners are considered by the judging panel as the cream of the crop among this year’s Top-35-under-35 CAs(SA), who have gone the extra mile to achieve their career aspirations. Indeed, all 35 finalists are individuals who have not only successfully pursued their career dreams, but have also excelled and moved swiftly through the ranks to lead operations within notable organisations.

The overall winner Lyle Malander is only 30 years old, but already a trendy businessman and a trailblazer whose ambitions are fuelled by making a difference and creating a legacy. The co-founder and director of the Malander Group of companies’ core focus is providing professional advisory and resource solutions to various large and listed entities. Lyle is proud to say that in two-and-a-half years the Malander businesses have derived revenue in excess of R40 million. His hard work and arduous hours have turned his dreams into reality.

Through the Malander Advisory business, Lyle oversees a team that provides managed chartered accountant and finance resource solutions to an array of clients in various sectors and industries and has created employment opportunities for over 70 chartered accountants and finance professionals.

Influence category winner, Nathaniel Japhta, is an innovative leader pushing boundaries in the sport, corporate and social impact areas. Nathaniel was a star performer in PwC’s advisory division, where he moved between audit and public sector advisory. He led the way in helping Cipla South Africa save over R100 million in their last financial year as the lead project manager.

Today Nathaniel’s one great mission is to improve the lives of youngsters through sport. Being an exceptional sportsman himself, he excels in basketball and soccer. In 2014 he was requested to take the position of president of his hometown club, Heideveld Basketball Club on the Cape Flats, which is arguably the biggest basketball club in South Africa. He has also been at the forefront of raising funding for the community via the club. Nathaniel was elected president of the Cape Town Basketball Association at the age of 30 − the youngest president in its history.

The Develop category winner, Ashley-Juan van der Hoogen, had an affinity for business from a young age. In primary school he figured he could give the school tuck shop some stiff competition and at university he sold imported clothing to pay for tuition. Today, the humble young entrepreneur who is a philanthropist at heart has turned Ranzo, the truck business he started during his traineeship, into a fleet of 15 trucks. He is also a director of Olbro Logistics.

Building an audit robot named Alice that mimics the logic, rationale, decision-making and problem-solving of a human audit brain requires much research and development and possesses and requires volumes of training data. ALICE is currently likened to a junior IT audit trainee and Louise Churnett and Frans Geldenhuis are developing her brain capacity to build her up to an IT audit specialist with a focus on security. Not only have they achieved what many thought would be impossible, but the Out of the Ordinary category winners have exceeded even their own expectations of what ALICE would be when they started the journey.

“Bidvest ALICE is automating the entire workforce, from trainee to board member. She is allowing those charged with governance a view into the IT risks and environment that they could never achieve before. In doing so, she is leading other auditing firms to change the way they think about continuous auditing. Her ability to take the pain and work effort out of collecting data allows the auditor to rather spend time engaging in value-adding functions for the client, which is a key responsibility of all chartered accountants,” explains Frans.

The Power of Professional Thinking category winner, Wadzanai Mabuto, thrives on being surrounded by young, impressionable minds. When she delivers lectures to her students, she incorporates real-life challenges that she herself has overcome, or is currently facing, to demonstrate that despite the odds stacked against one, anything is possible!

As a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Accountancy at UJ, she is equipping her students to graduate in order to be relevant and technically savvy, but her end goal is to nurture them into becoming effective global citizens that will contribute positively to society.

In the public eye, Lead category winner, Chris van Zyl, first and foremost is a proud professional rugby player. But he has decided to deviate from the norm and pursue an alternative career while playing professional rugby.

Related: Funding And Resources For Young SA Entrepreneurs

Some of his highlights are captaining the Western Province rugby team to Currie Cup glory in 2017, playing professional rugby for the Stormers in the 2018 Super Rugby season, and launching a bespoke professional services company, Walworth Consulting (Pty) Ltd at the same time. Chris qualified as a CA(SA) in 2016 and says he has chosen to let his career take an odd direction. But his determination to work through his traineeship while pursuing his professional rugby passion bears testament to his hard-working nature and dedication. He believes his innovation will lead the way to what he hopes will become a more common practice.

The SAICA Senior Executive for Brand, Willi Coates, congratulated all the participants and especially the award winners. “It is indeed gratifying to see that our young CAs(SA) are committed to responsible leadership when the profession is under scrutiny for purported unethical behaviour by a minority of CAs(SA) who have not embraced the principle of doing the right thing even while no one is looking,” says Willi. “Our young CAs(SA) are a beacon of light and hope that points to the fact that our economy is in good hands, led by responsible young CA(SA) business leaders who, through their commitment, engender trust in the profession. I applaud all our young CAs(SA) finalists for their commitment and congratulate the winners on their achievement.”

The judging panel included 11 prestigious judges: Andile Khumalo CA(SA), Entrepreneur and former Managing Director of Power 98.7 and former COO of MSG Afrika; Dineshrie Pillay CA(SA), NeoSpective Consulting; Brett Tromp CA(SA), Chief Financial Officer (CFO) of Discovery Health; Jaco Oosthuizen CA(SA), Managing Director of Renault South Africa; Willem van der Post CA(SA), Founder xTech.Capital; Abed Tau CA(SA), Co-founder of Tuta-Me; Gugu Mtetwa CA(SA), Non-executive Director; Prudence Mashalane CA(SA), Banking team leader at Investec; Tharina Bennie-Van Dyk CA(SA), High Net Worth International Head at Investec; and Kapish Singh, Manager at PPS. Each finalist was interviewed personally, after which an overall winner was selected along with five category winners, the categories this year were: Influence, Develop, Out of the Ordinary, Power of Professional Thinking and Lead.

The competition’s proud sponsors are Renault, Investec, PPS, and Sage who have recognised the value of the competition as it provides a platform to promote young CAs(SA) who are making a valuable contribution to the economy of South Africa, as well as in their communities.

The winners are considered by the judging panel as the cream of the crop among this year’s Top-35-under-35 CAs(SA), who have gone the extra mile to achieve their career aspirations. Indeed, all 35 finalists are individuals who have not only successfully pursued their career dreams, but have also excelled and moved swiftly through the ranks to lead operations within notable organisations.

The overall winner Lyle Malander is only 30 years old, but already a trendy businessman and a trailblazer whose ambitions are fuelled by making a difference and creating a legacy. The co-founder and director of the Malander Group of companies’ core focus is providing professional advisory and resource solutions to various large and listed entities. Lyle is proud to say that in two-and-a-half years the Malander businesses have derived revenue in excess of R40 million. His hard work and arduous hours have turned his dreams into reality.

Through the Malander Advisory business, Lyle oversees a team that provides managed chartered accountant and finance resource solutions to an array of clients in various sectors and industries and has created employment opportunities for over 70 chartered accountants and finance professionals.

Influence category winner, Nathaniel Japhta, is an innovative leader pushing boundaries in the sport, corporate and social impact areas. Nathaniel was a star performer in PwC’s advisory division, where he moved between audit and public sector advisory. He led the way in helping Cipla South Africa save over R100 million in their last financial year as the lead project manager.

Today Nathaniel’s one great mission is to improve the lives of youngsters through sport. Being an exceptional sportsman himself, he excels in basketball and soccer. In 2014 he was requested to take the position of president of his hometown club, Heideveld Basketball Club on the Cape Flats, which is arguably the biggest basketball club in South Africa. He has also been at the forefront of raising funding for the community via the club. Nathaniel was elected president of the Cape Town Basketball Association at the age of 30 − the youngest president in its history.

The Develop category winner, Ashley-Juan van der Hoogen, had an affinity for business from a young age. In primary school he figured he could give the school tuck shop some stiff competition and at university he sold imported clothing to pay for tuition. Today, the humble young entrepreneur who is a philanthropist at heart has turned Ranzo, the truck business he started during his traineeship, into a fleet of 15 trucks. He is also a director of Olbro Logistics.

Building an audit robot named Alice that mimics the logic, rationale, decision-making and problem-solving of a human audit brain requires much research and development and possesses and requires volumes of training data. ALICE is currently likened to a junior IT audit trainee and Louise Churnett and Frans Geldenhuis are developing her brain capacity to build her up to an IT audit specialist with a focus on security. Not only have they achieved what many thought would be impossible, but the Out of the Ordinary category winners have exceeded even their own expectations of what ALICE would be when they started the journey.

“Bidvest ALICE is automating the entire workforce, from trainee to board member. She is allowing those charged with governance a view into the IT risks and environment that they could never achieve before. In doing so, she is leading other auditing firms to change the way they think about continuous auditing. Her ability to take the pain and work effort out of collecting data allows the auditor to rather spend time engaging in value-adding functions for the client, which is a key responsibility of all chartered accountants,” explains Frans.

The Power of Professional Thinking category winner, Wadzanai Mabuto, thrives on being surrounded by young, impressionable minds. When she delivers lectures to her students, she incorporates real-life challenges that she herself has overcome, or is currently facing, to demonstrate that despite the odds stacked against one, anything is possible!

As a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Accountancy at UJ, she is equipping her students to graduate in order to be relevant and technically savvy, but her end goal is to nurture them into becoming effective global citizens that will contribute positively to society.

In the public eye, Lead category winner, Chris van Zyl, first and foremost is a proud professional rugby player. But he has decided to deviate from the norm and pursue an alternative career while playing professional rugby.

Some of his highlights are captaining the Western Province rugby team to Currie Cup glory in 2017, playing professional rugby for the Stormers in the 2018 Super Rugby season, and launching a bespoke professional services company, Walworth Consulting (Pty) Ltd at the same time. Chris qualified as a CA(SA) in 2016 and says he has chosen to let his career take an odd direction. But his determination to work through his traineeship while pursuing his professional rugby passion bears testament to his hard-working nature and dedication. He believes his innovation will lead the way to what he hopes will become a more common practice.

The SAICA Senior Executive for Brand, Willi Coates, congratulated all the participants and especially the award winners. “It is indeed gratifying to see that our young CAs(SA) are committed to responsible leadership when the profession is under scrutiny for purported unethical behaviour by a minority of CAs(SA) who have not embraced the principle of doing the right thing even while no one is looking,” says Willi. “Our young CAs(SA) are a beacon of light and hope that points to the fact that our economy is in good hands, led by responsible young CA(SA) business leaders who, through their commitment, engender trust in the profession. I applaud all our young CAs(SA) finalists for their commitment and congratulate the winners on their achievement.”

The judging panel included 11 prestigious judges: Andile Khumalo CA(SA), Entrepreneur and former Managing Director of Power 98.7 and former COO of MSG Afrika; Dineshrie Pillay CA(SA), NeoSpective Consulting; Brett Tromp CA(SA), Chief Financial Officer (CFO) of Discovery Health; Jaco Oosthuizen CA(SA), Managing Director of Renault South Africa; Willem van der Post CA(SA), Founder xTech.Capital; Abed Tau CA(SA), Co-founder of Tuta-Me; Gugu Mtetwa CA(SA), Non-executive Director; Prudence Mashalane CA(SA), Banking team leader at Investec; Tharina Bennie-Van Dyk CA(SA), High Net Worth International Head at Investec; and Kapish Singh, Manager at PPS. Each finalist was interviewed personally, after which an overall winner was selected along with five category winners, the categories this year were: Influence, Develop, Out of the Ordinary, Power of Professional Thinking and Lead.

The competition’s proud sponsors are Renault, Investec, PPS, and Sage who have recognised the value of the competition as it provides a platform to promote young CAs(SA) who are making a valuable contribution to the economy of South Africa, as well as in their communities.

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Herman Mashaba To Talk On City Of Jo’burg Job Creation Initiative

Herman Mashaba to talk on City of Jo’burg job creation initiative at 2019 Business Day TV SME Summit.

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Mayor of the City of Johannesburg, and one of South Africa’s most successful entrepreneurs, Herman Mashaba, will be one of the presenters at the 2019 Business Day TV SME Summit which will be taking place at The Empire Venue in Parktown on 7 March 2019.
Now in its third year, the Business Day TV SME Summit provides an opportunity for small business owners, entrepreneurs, incubators, franchisors, investors, as well as suppliers to the SME sector to come together and engage with experts in the business, technology, marketing and investment fields.
Having founded the now iconic hair-care brand, Black Like Me, more than thirty years ago during the apartheid era and on the back of a R30,000 loan from a friend, Mashaba’s experience in establishing an entrepreneurial enterprise holds great value for small and medium-sized business owners in South Africa. Mashaba will also be highlighting the City of Johannesburg’s innovative drive to stimulate inner city opportunities and job creation.
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Managing finances and obtaining funding and expansion capital are challenges many entrepreneurial businesses face as they look to grow their footprint in the market. Darren Segal, Personal and Business Banking Innovation executive at Standard Bank – one of the partners of the SME Summit – will present advice on negotiating funding and finance, to ensure effective cash flow management.
Complex tax issues will also be covered by a representative from the office of the Tax Ombudsman.
Taryn Westoby, Head of Tiso Blackstar Events which manages the SME Summit and curates the speaker line-up says: “We work alongside Business Day TV to meet the requirements of those engaged in the SME sector, so that the content of the Summit aligns to some of their most pressing concerns and needs. The line-up of speakers includes experts in the fields of business scaling, marketing strategy, intellectual property (IP) rights, and risk mitigation.”
As such, Graham Mitchell from GROW has been engaged to share insights into the leadership required to scale a winning management team.  Vishen Pillay, partner at Adams & Adams and an authority on copyright, patents, and trademarks, will provide guidance on protecting IP. Therusha Bhagarette of Credit Guarantee Insurance Corporation of Africa Ltd will expound further on the do’s and don’ts of risk management. The full line-up of expert speakers and topics will be published on www.smesummit.co.za.

International perspective

An international perspective to entrepreneurship will also be provided through Business Day TV’s The Big Small Business Show and a pre-recorded session with Uri Levine: renowned serial entrepreneur and founder of Waze.  Levine was recently in South Africa as a guest of Tiso Blackstar to deliver the keynote presentation at the prestigious Sunday Times Top 100 Companies Awards to an audience of CEOs from the top-performing companies on the JSE.

Leading organisations at the SME Summit

Once again, leading organisations have committed their participation at the Business Day TV SME Summit, recognising it as one of the most effective platforms for SMEs to engage professional insights and facilitate knowledge-sharing in support of much needed entrepreneurial development in SA.
This year’s headline partners are Credit Guarantee Insurance Corporation of Africa Limited, SAICA, and Standard Bank. Other partners include BDO, Adams & Adams, Liberty, Payfast, GROW, The Tax Ombudsman, W&R Seta, Telkom, Santam and The Little Green Number.
For sponsorship and exhibition opportunities:  Stephen Horszowski – stephen@tisoblackstar.co.za
Delegates who wish to purchase tickets for the full day event (07h00 – 15h00) at R995:  Lucy Johnson – johnsonl@tisoblackstar.co.za or visit  www.smesummit.co.za

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SME Insurance Checklist For New Year

Malesela Maupa, Head of Product and Insurer Relationships at FNB Insurance Brokers, advises SMEs to consider the following factors when reviewing their policies.

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Business owners who are planning for the year ahead should not overlook the importance of reviewing their insurance policies to ensure they are adequately covered against insurable risks.

Malesela Maupa, Head of Product and Insurer Relationships at FNB Insurance Brokers says, every year businesses face unique challenges ranging from credit and market risks, technological disruptions, compliance, operational and regulatory risks, amongst others. As a matter of precaution, insurance policies should at least be reviewed or updated once a year.

He advises SMEs to consider the following factors when reviewing their policies:

  • Employee movements – if there are any employees who have left or joined the company, ensure that your policy is updated accordingly.

This type of cover normally depends on the role and contribution of the employee to the business. For instance, directors may be covered for Key Person Insurance and Directors & Officers Liability insurance.

  • Protest Actions – this year is the national election year and leading up to elections we can expect to see an increase in the frequency and severity of protest actions, riots and strikes. Thus, it is essential to ensure that adequate special risks cover is in place from the South African Special Risks Insurance Association (SASRIA).

SASRIA provides cover to both individuals and businesses against special risks like civil commotion, public disorder, strikes, riots and terrorism at affordable premiums.

  • Cyber risks – it is essential to communicate with your insurer or broker and find out if there are any new risks that your business should be protected against. Cyber incidents continue to be a major risk for businesses especially in the SME sector. Over the last couple of years there has been a major increase in the number of reported cyber incidences.

Related: I would like to start an insurance business. What are the basic guidelines?

More businesses are now facing increased cyber threats due to their increased dependency on technology, relating to their internal and customer data being compromised by fraudsters. It is therefore essential to have some form of cyber risk insurance cover and/or enhancement of data security protocols.

  • Regulatory changes – every year there are a number of regulatory changes that impact businesses directly or indirectly, which may result in fines and penalties for non-compliance.
  • Natural catastrophes – the increase in the frequency and severity of extreme weather conditions, coupled with intensifying natural catastrophes will continue to have a significant impact on businesses.

Businesses should ensure they are adequately protected against these risks to avoid incurring sever financial losses.

  • Business changes – should a business consider moving to a new location, purchasing new premises or venture into new business activities, these types of changes could have a major impact on its risks profile. As a result, the policy needs to be updated accordingly.
  • New and Enhanced products – An innovative culture has taken over the insurance industry and ever so often we see the introduction of new products or the enhancement of existing products. Get in touch with you broker to advise you on any new products that might add value to your existing insurance portfolio.

“Reviewing your policy regularly gives you peace of mind knowing that you can focus on running your business effectively, without worrying about unforeseen risks,” concludes Maupa.

Related: Insurance For Small Businesses: What Should Be Covered?

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Seven Reasons Businesses Should Promote Flexible Working

By Paul Burrin, VP, Sage People

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What hours did you work yesterday? Chances are, it wasn’t 9-5.

The world of work as we know it is changing. With new technology making it easier to work anywhere, anytime, the traditional 9-5 is effectively dead.

Having flexibility in their working schedule is now a key priority for employees, helping them to successfully juggle work and personal responsibilities.

In fact, more than 80% of 3,500 employees Sage People polled globally placed importance and value on flexible and remote working.

Valuing a work life balance has become increasingly important – whether this is to meet family needs, personal obligations or just to avoid rush hour – it is clear that giving employees increased control over their work schedule is good for employees, making it good for business.

With that in mind, here are seven reasons business leaders should be embracing the benefits of flexible working.

1. The world of work has changed

The line between work life and home life is much more blurred than it was just a few years ago.

For example, it’s now common for people to demand virtual meetings, the ability to work from home, and even have ‘duvet days’ when required, rather than having to suffer through the dreaded commute for hours every day.

Furthermore, modern work responsibilities are often cross-functional, requiring staff to interact with more  people in different time zones.

As a result, constraints on how, where and when we work should be updated to reflect this cultural shift.

Businesses must be prepared to accept that the working world has changed if they want to truly motivate and engage employees.

2. There’s a war for talent

With top talent becoming more challenging to attract and retain, many industries are facing widespread skills shortages.

This means in-demand employees can be more selective – and the desire for flexibility is a key factor.

For example, a recent study found that 54% of people would be willing to move jobs to gain greater flexibility.

Employers who offer flexible working will attract the best talent and will also be more likely to retain these employees for longer.

Related: The Business Exchange Share Secrets To Creating A Flexible Office

3. Flexible working boosts productivity

Workforce productivity has become a global issue. Our research shows that employees are typically working only 30 hours a week, which means there’s a whole day when they’re in the office, but not actually working.

What’s more, most people who work a 40-hour week feel they are productive for only 3.75 days out of the 5-day working week.

Revolutionising productivity in new ways, such as giving employees the freedom to work in the way that best suits them, could go a long way towards narrowing the productivity gap and enabling businesses to get the most out of their staff.

4. Flexible working empowers employees, and shows you trust them

Our research also found that workers want to feel valued and recognised, with two-thirds (66%) of those surveyed seeing this as the most important aspect of their working life.

For many, this is more vital than office perks like games in the office or free food.

Giving employees the freedom to work in their own way shows they are a valued and trusted member of the team. It also empowers them to perform to a high standard and be as productive as possible.

5. It supports worker wellbeing

The health and wellbeing of staff has become more of a priority for businesses in recent years, while also being increasingly vital for employees themselves.

Over a third of employees polled (39%) believe HR and people teams could do more to improve wellness at work, with initiatives such as providing fresh fruit or offering a subsidised gym membership now proving popular.

Flexible working can help in this area by reducing stress (no more mad dashes in heavy traffic), making it something companies need to pay attention to.

6. Employees want flexible working

One of the most important reasons for businesses to embrace flexible working is simply because it’s what staff want.

According to Fuze, nearly 50% of workers across all generations want to be more mobile at work, rising to 70% for those aged 16-44.

Employees want to be able to pick up their kids from school, start and finish early if they have international calls first thing in the morning, or be able to head to a doctor’s appointment without fear they may be considered to be slacking.

Businesses would therefore be wise to listen to what their employees want and respond accordingly.

Related: Closing Deals In Africa – Keep It Flexible

7. Technology has changed

The most straightforward argument for remote working is that staff simply no longer need to be in the office to do their jobs effectively.

Most workers now have all the tools they need on their smartphones and tablets, which means they can comfortably work from anywhere –  a coffee shop between meetings, their home, or somewhere they can work undistracted.

For example, cloud technology gives employees secure access to documents externally, while collaboration and communication tools enable staff to work together from opposite sides of the globe.

Isn’t it time the way we work changed to reflect these capabilities?

Ultimately, enabling flexible working should be a focus for all businesses. From aiding talent retention, to creating positive workplace experiences – which is important to 92% of people – the long- and short-term benefits could prove invaluable.

Most importantly, giving employees flexibility will result in a happier, more engaged and more productive workforce.

In an age of continuing disruption and increasing competition, that’s not something businesses can afford to ignore.

Download Sage People’s research on what employees really want from their employers.

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