How Deloitte plans to roll out its new hybrid working model in SA

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Deloitte Africa's staff can now work from any office. But while the firm has offices in Walvis Bay and Mauritius, it doesn't mean all employees can pack for the coast. Photo: Atterbury
Deloitte Africa's staff can now work from any office. But while the firm has offices in Walvis Bay and Mauritius, it doesn't mean all employees can pack for the coast. Photo: Atterbury

Deloitte Africa announced on Monday that staff can work from any office they choose - or even client premises.

But to give staff more work-life balance and greater job satisfaction, the company also said its employees can also work from any remote location of their choice.

The auditing firm isn't sending staff to work remotely on a permanent basis like its competitor, PwC, did earlier this month with its client services employees. It still believes that to keep the company culture alive, employees need to come and collaborate in the office every now and then.

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