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Business unusual during lock down

Following the announcement by the government regarding a national lockdown to deal with Coronavirus, of which we are fully supportive, Mindworx Consulting is now officially a virtual business.

But while we’re working to flatten the Covid-19 curve, we’re also still working as usual, just in a different location.

At this time, you may need special projects deployed, or specialist advice on something out of your normal business spec. Our consultants are still available to assist you wherever needed. 

And rest assured, our Academy continues to get young graduates ready for work, with skills specifically aimed at giving them access to 4IR jobs, which we now anticipate to spike even faster than previously estimated. In addition to the classroom training we offer, we have implemented a blended learning process and will be training learners throughout the shutdown. 

If there’s one thing we can learn from this global pandemic, it’s that the future world of work – and life in general – will be more agile, more mobile, and definately more reliant on technology. We’ve been working in this space for many years now and understand the realities of this future. So while you’re sitting at home, problem-solving for your organisation’s future, do reach out. We’d love to chat to you and assist in overcoming your current and future challenges.

Our switchboard number (+27 11 484 4747/8) is still operating and you will be able to reach your regular consultant as and when you need us. Otherwise mobile numbers for all team leads are on our website too (www.mindworx.co.za).

On a personal note, we’d like to wish you all well over the next few challenging weeks. Stay safe and stay sane, but most importantly, please stay at home.

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