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Previous polls

Aug 13 2014 10:45

SA employees going to work sick is:

Commendable and shows real dedication. 19% 85 votes

19

A risk to other employees.  43% 190 votes

43

A sign of job insecurity. 38% 172 votes

38

Aug 07 2014 14:53

After the announcement of a full-year loss African Bank Investments:

Will be rescued by a bailout 39% 141 votes

39

Will cave in 40% 142 votes

40

Will survive the crisis 21% 75 votes

21

Aug 04 2014 15:24

OneRandMan's journey:

Taught me valuable lessons 17% 19 votes

17

Was just another publicity stunt 31% 35 votes

31

Didn’t interest me 53% 60 votes

53

Jul 31 2014 11:56

Neasa is at loggerheads with Cosatu and Numsa. This:

Is a sign that Cosatu wants to even the scales. 4% 5 votes

4

Signals that Neasa should stand their ground. 37% 51 votes

37

Can cause job losses. 15% 20 votes

15

Shows that labour relations are complicated. 45% 61 votes

45

Jul 30 2014 09:23

Eleven months of maternity leave is:

A great idea 7% 7 votes

7

Far too long 30% 28 votes

30

Will lead to job losses for women 63% 59 votes

63

Jul 24 2014 12:21

Are you saving towards your retirement:

No, I have too many other expenses. 23% 44 votes

23

After reading this article, I definitely will.  7% 14 votes

7

I haven’t given it much thought. 3% 6 votes

3

Yes, I am financially disciplined. 67% 129 votes

67

Jul 22 2014 13:20

Sanral's compliance with the e-tolls call is:

A good decision 3% 3 votes

3

Useless, I refuse to pay anyway 86% 90 votes

86

Doesn't concern me 11% 12 votes

11

Jul 07 2014 10:20

The one rand payment plan is:

A worthy initiative 11% 39 votes

11

An interesting experiment 48% 177 votes

48

Impossible to execute 42% 155 votes

42

Jul 04 2014 15:36

When you saw the 'Drive a new car for R699' deal you thought:

It's too good to be true 67% 244 votes

67

It's good deal 14% 52 votes

14

I'm glad I've read this article 19% 69 votes

19

Jun 27 2014 09:16

Numsa's threat to embark on a prolonged strike:

Will damage the economy 57% 204 votes

57

Give the workers what they want 8% 27 votes

8

Set a dangerous precedent 35% 126 votes

35

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