Results for commuting

News

Impact of remote working, changing office market could be far-reaching
Impact of remote working, changing office market could be far-reachingArticle

Ever since the Covid-19 hard lockdowns began in all seriousness across the world earlier this year, the world has been abuzz with talk of how the crisis has changed the world...

John Loos 14 Sep 2020

Pros and cons of working from home
Pros and cons of working from homeArticle

An unforeseen work-from-home revolution has caught many companies by surprise as most employees have now been forced to work from home...

Nick Durrant, Issued by Bluegrass Digital 9 Sep 2020

What is shaping culture? Commuting
What is shaping culture? CommutingArticle

Brett Rogers explores the edges of culture and how things are changing, providing valuable insights for brands wanting to understand who and what is shaping culture...

Brett Rogers 7 Sep 2020

Electric Life Rides launches Uber-type rental service in Cape Town
Electric Life Rides launches Uber-type rental service in Cape TownArticle

The Electric Life Group have launched an electric scooter and electric motorcycle renting hub available via an Uber-type app, from the new mobility hub and partner, The President Hotel in Bantry Bay, Cape Town. The launch introduces their initial fleet of electric kick scooters...

3 Sep 2020

Disproportionate impact of Covid-19 on women in the workplace
Disproportionate impact of Covid-19 on women in the workplaceArticle

Women are unable to escape disparate treatment in the workplace, with even the current global pandemic causing greater upheaval for them compared to their male counterparts...

Johan Botes 25 Aug 2020

Work from home - short-term response or new normal?
Work from home - short-term response or new normal?Article

Across the world, Covid-19 pandemic has upended people's working lives. Borderless Access has taken a closer look at how people's working lives have changed in sub-Saharan Africa...

Issued by Borderless Access 20 Aug 2020

There aren't enough batteries to electrify all cars - focus on trucks and buses instead
There aren't enough batteries to electrify all cars - focus on trucks and buses insteadArticle

Electric vehicles can have a positive impact on the climate and air pollution levels, but governments should rethink how they electrify the transportation network...

Cameron Roberts 31 Jul 2020

Image source:
Prioritising health and safety when using public transportArticle

The reality is that public transport is a high-risk environment because of the number of people in a confined space with limited ventilation. There is also little if any access control to identify potentially sick commuters as well as a variety of common surfaces to touch such as handrails and doorknobs...

20 Jul 2020

Building more sustainable businesses in a post-Covid world
Building more sustainable businesses in a post-Covid worldArticle

Over recent months the Covid-19 pandemic has shown that as humans we are all connected...

Robin Fisher 10 Jul 2020

South Africans embrace digital medical consultations
South Africans embrace digital medical consultationsArticle

Borderless Access brings you findings from 10 countries on how modes of medical consultation have and will continue to change, post-lockdown...

Issued by Borderless Access 7 Jul 2020

Transit Ads to roll out digitally enhanced network of Powa Towas
Transit Ads to roll out digitally enhanced network of Powa TowasArticle

Transit Ads is once again pushing the boundaries in the commuter space, with the unveiling of a ground-breaking branding structure combining digital and large format static out of home formats in South Africa's taxi and shopping mall environments...

Issued by Provantage Media Group 25 Jun 2020

The death of the open-plan office? Not quite, but a revolution is in the air
The death of the open-plan office? Not quite, but a revolution is in the airArticle

"What will it take to encourage much more widespread reliance on working at home for at least part of each week?" asked Frank Schiff, the chief economist of the US Committee for Economic Development, in The Washington Post in 1979...

Andrew Wallace 22 Jun 2020

Back to work for the construction industry, but not business as usual
Back to work for the construction industry, but not business as usualArticle

Global studies show that Covid-19 is probably not going to go away any time soon, and as South Africa slowly starts to emerge...

Morag Evans 11 Jun 2020

The post-Covid-19 office of the future
The post-Covid-19 office of the futureArticle

The Covid-19 pandemic has highlighted a whole new dimension to worker and building health...

Estelle Meiring 9 Jun 2020

The Covid-19 pandemic and lockdown has accelerated 4IR [Part 2]
The Covid-19 pandemic and lockdown has accelerated 4IR [Part 2]Article

The world is in the middle of a global pandemic that has resulted in national lockdowns, and a hard reset of society towards the Fourth Industrial Revolution. 4IR is happening faster than ever before...

Alan Knott-Craig 3 Jun 2020

#LockdownLessons: Education and technology are not two separate things
#LockdownLessons: Education and technology are not two separate thingsArticle

Rebecca Pretorius, Country Manager at Crimson Education, shares her experience of the current Covid-19 crisis and how the organisation is navigating these unusual times...

Shan Radcliffe 29 May 2020

React-adapt-rebuild: Tiered corporate social investment responses to Covid-19
React-adapt-rebuild: Tiered corporate social investment responses to Covid-19Article

Responsible business consultancy, Trialogue, advocates for companies to respond to the crisis by applying their core business competencies as well as their social investments to emergency and long-term social support...

Issued by Trialogue 27 May 2020

Coronavirus: an architect on how the pandemic could change our homes forever
Coronavirus: an architect on how the pandemic could change our homes foreverArticle

Since the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic, our homes have been serving as makeshift workplaces, schools, gyms and pubs...

Tara Hipwood 27 May 2020

4 post-lockdown vehicle safety tips
4 post-lockdown vehicle safety tipsArticle

As the lockdown eases, more South Africans are commuting to work, running errands and figuring out their new normal. This means more cars on the roads...

21 May 2020

Deal-making in a virtual world - the working environment post-Covid-19
Deal-making in a virtual world - the working environment post-Covid-19Article

It is difficult to lift one's gaze from the immediate, dramatic impact that Covid-19 has on our working lives and look towards the horizon to see what lies ahead. For those of us not engaged in essential services, however, perhaps now is the time to contemplate our working environment post-Covid-19...

Johan Botes 14 May 2020

Pressure on office property market growing for many years, Covid-19 just boosted it
Pressure on office property market growing for many years, Covid-19 just boosted itArticle

It is fashionable to have an opinion on how the Covid-19 crisis is "changing the world"...

John Loos 12 May 2020

The future of green buildings in a post-Covid-19 world
The future of green buildings in a post-Covid-19 worldArticle

The Covid-19 lockdown has offered us an unexpected opportunity to reflect on our relationship with the planet, and the insurmountable evidence of climate change and its impact on our everyday life...

Brett Chrystal 11 May 2020

Keep your business going during and after Covid-19
Keep your business going during and after Covid-19Article

Businesses across the globe have transitioned to a remote workforce and working from home has become the new norm...

Doros Hadjizenonos 6 May 2020

#LockdownLessons: Naked Insurance reduced premiums during lockdown
#LockdownLessons: Naked Insurance reduced premiums during lockdownArticle

During the nationwide lockdown, Naked Insurance offered CoverPause on the days' customers were not driving, saving up to 90% of the car insurance premiums...

Evan-Lee Courie 4 May 2020

Planning for a safe return to work, all risks considered
Planning for a safe return to work, all risks consideredArticle

Government's implementation of a risk-adjusted strategy in easing the nationwide lockdown entails the use of a system of alert levels applicable nationally and provincially. The alert levels are as follows:

Kate Collier, Dhevarsha Ramjettan, Kirsten Eiser, Shane Johnson, Bianca Viljoen, and Zipho Tile 30 Apr 2020

Anticipating consumer behaviours after the 'Great Lockdown'
Anticipating consumer behaviours after the 'Great Lockdown'Article

As the economic and social ramifications of the 'Great Lockdown' make themselves apparent there is a lot of discussion about what consumer behaviours will change when we reach a new normal after Covid-19...

Nigel Hollis, Issued by Kantar 30 Apr 2020

Keeping up with company culture
Keeping up with company cultureArticle

One of the concerns that frequently comes up when companies consider moving parts of their workforce home is how to maintain company culture when your people are physically dispersed...

29 Apr 2020

Dawn Jorgensen
#LockdownLessons: Green is the new luxury - Q&A with travel writer Dawn JorgensenArticle

Travel writer and earth advocate Dawn Jorgensen shares her #LockdownLessons and predictions on how travel will shift to a more authentic, climate-friendly and sustainable focus post Covid-19...

Ruth Cooper 29 Apr 2020

#LockdownLessons: Face the future with optimism, creativity
#LockdownLessons: Face the future with optimism, creativityArticle

Nearly every industry is getting pummelled by the spread of Covid-19 and architecture is no exception...

Estelle Meiring 28 Apr 2020

E-commerce AC19: How Covid-19 is speeding up digital transformation in SA
E-commerce AC19: How Covid-19 is speeding up digital transformation in SAArticle

As a result of the lockdown, there has been an almost immediate shift from traditional methods of business and retail...

Michaela Gabriel 28 Apr 2020

Should universities receive a stimulus package from government during Covid-19?
Should universities receive a stimulus package from government during Covid-19?Article

The Covid-19 pandemic has created profound disruptions in our economy and society. Due to these new challenges, most universities have decided to move from face-to-face classes to online teaching (more accurately defined as emergency remote teaching and learning) so as to complete the 2020 academic year, and to prevent the spread of the virus...

Prof Francis Petersen 24 Apr 2020

Locked down or not, time management is essential for entrepreneurs
Locked down or not, time management is essential for entrepreneursArticle

Time management is perhaps the most essential tool for companies right now as they battle against the lockdown and the uncertainty Covid-19 is having on the economy...

Arnoux Mare 24 Apr 2020

#LockdownLessons: Q&A with Kate Roper of Aurecon
#LockdownLessons: Q&A with Kate Roper of AureconArticle

Kate Roper, client director, health and education at Aurecon, shares her experience of the current Covid-19 crisis and how her organisation is navigating these unusual times...

Sindy Peters 24 Apr 2020

Survey reveals the new face of work
Survey reveals the new face of workArticle

As employees adapt to working from home, bathrooms replace conference rooms, kids and pets crash meetings, cameras capture candid moments and awkward sounds...

22 Apr 2020

#LockdownLessons: Zeelo makes travel safer for essential workers
#LockdownLessons: Zeelo makes travel safer for essential workersArticle

Zeelo is a shared transportation service, but since the nationwide lockdown had an impact on the way they transport commuters they turned to offer their services to transporting essential working in a safe way...

Evan-Lee Courie 21 Apr 2020

Toyota reaffirms support during Covid-19
Toyota reaffirms support during Covid-19Article

Toyota South Africa Motors (TSAM) and other Toyota Motor Corporation (TMC) affiliates across the world are rising to the challenges posed by Covid-19...

21 Apr 2020

Telecoms allows business as usual, but from home
Telecoms allows business as usual, but from homeArticle

While many staff members may finally be receiving what they assume to be the best solution - working from home - both employees and employers need to understand what remote working truly entails...

20 Apr 2020

When you see the stone coming, it hurts less
When you see the stone coming, it hurts lessArticle

Sitting beside the main road in Penrith, England is the little noticed and unloved Plague Stone. The story it tells is as fascinating as it is sad. In 1597 the Plague struck in Penrith...

Richard Lewis, Issued by Dentsu Aegis Network 20 Apr 2020

4 ways to build resilience during trying times
4 ways to build resilience during trying timesArticle

Entrepreneurial businesses both small and medium have been particularly hard hit in these challenging times, and many are now facing an existential threat. However, there are ways to rethink their business models and adapt to a world which is unlikely to return to its old habits...

17 Apr 2020

Rebuilding the post-pandemic economy
Rebuilding the post-pandemic economyArticle

The Covid-19 pandemic is set to realign the world's social and economic structure...

6 Apr 2020

CEO Niƫl Pretorius
DRDGold looking at sustainable options during lockdownArticle

Following the shutdown of operations on Thursday, 26 March 2020 in terms of South Africa's national lockdown, DRDGold has considered various options to recommence limited operations to sustain infrastructure and soften the impact of the stoppage without exposing employees to increased risk.

3 Apr 2020

MyCiTi, public transport limited during lockdown
MyCiTi, public transport limited during lockdownArticle

The national lockdown, imposed by South Africa's National Government, has had a direct impact on public transport services including the number of trips and operating times will be significantly reduced...

27 Mar 2020

Image source: .
Covid-19 and its potential effect on media in SAArticle

Sandra Cross, Mercia Lampen and Richard Lord have a look at what potential effects Covid-19 will have on the media in South Africa...

Sandra Cross, Mercia Lampen, Richard Lord 17 Mar 2020

The antidote to an unpredictable world
The antidote to an unpredictable worldArticle

The coronavirus is clearly taking a toll on the global economy. Productivity is lagging as companies restrict travel and workers in affected areas remain quarantined...

Tim Minahan 5 Mar 2020

#DareToFeel with Hyundai's i30N
#DareToFeel with Hyundai's i30NArticle

It's early morning. The sun is blazing, but this doesn't put a damper on the excitement of seeing the all-new Hyundai i30N, which was recently launched in the picturesque town of Franschhoek near Cape Town...

Evan-Lee Courie, Issued by Hyundai 21 Feb 2020

Flexible working in the age of longevity
Flexible working in the age of longevityArticle

We're living for longer, which is impacting how we want to work, learn and live, and employers need to adapt to these changes...

18 Feb 2020

Monorail presents a world of opportunities for South Africa
Monorail presents a world of opportunities for South AfricaArticle

Central to a modern industrial economy - and one which fosters increased international investment and trade - is a high-functioning transport network. And in South Africa, central to that is rail...

Aubrey Lekwane 13 Feb 2020

How can businesses leverage off technology to save on costs and create business efficiencies?
How can businesses leverage off technology to save on costs and create business efficiencies?Article

How can businesses leverage off technology to save on costs and create business efficiencies? Jameel Khan, SAICA Project Manager Practice, takes a look...

Jameel Khan, Issued by SAICA 10 Feb 2020

#BizTrends2020: Reward and remuneration trends in Africa for 2020
#BizTrends2020: Reward and remuneration trends in Africa for 2020Article

As we embrace a global world, the way that companies reward and remunerate should be keeping pace with these changes. But are they?

Nicol Mullins 27 Jan 2020

Next >
System.Web.UI.Html32TextWriter
Let's do Biz