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Businesses may see real benefits from the adaptions of a work from home model for certain resources within their organisations.
Flight Centre Travel Group South Africa has therefore made the difficult decision to right size its Flight Centre Business Travel brand in line with client demand for future business travel.
At Flight Centre Business Travel we know the impact that all SMME’s face coming out of our lock down. We encourage our SMME community to start thinking about the new normal.
As the country faces its first lockdown in history, due to the COVID-19 outbreak, we see SA unite as never before.
As we are all trying to come to terms with the ‘new normal’ of business, which is remote working we recommend you help your staff remain as productive as they can by helping them adjust
Leadership can be tricky at the best of times, but the ability to keep a team productive, disciplined and engaged over the next few weeks in lockdown.
China is already working hard to return to a full state of normalcy following the outbreak. Schools are reopening, people are returning to work
Here are a few tech platforms FCBT recommend’s to help your business. Remote working the new normal, it’s a new standard of productivity and that organisations SME’s will have to master.
Ethiopian Airlines will operate the Boeing 787 Dreamliner on all three daily flights between Johannesburg and Addis Ababa from March 29.
Low-cost airline Mango will discontinue all flights to and from Lanseria International Airport.
EgyptAir will now offer ‘comfort class’ on international flights operated by the airline’s recently acquired Airbus A220-300. The new comfort class is between economy and business class.
South Africans will be subject to several changes in terms of visa application procedures, rules and benefits, starting from February.