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South African employers should make work environments more engaging and stimulating

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South African employers should, as their staff complement returns to the office on a more full-time basis, make work environments more engaging and stimulating.

Managing Director at Dyna Training, Roland Innes says this would encourage employees to be more eager to return to the office, after almost two years of working remotely.

Innes says many employees, here and in the US, feel overwhelmed with having to be back in the office for a full 8 hours.

He says this can prompt them to resign or find other employment opportunities.

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