‘What I really wanted was the money, not the work’

Have you ever come up with a tactic to either look like you are working or avoid putting in the full 9 to 5?

Ndumiso Ngcobo spoke to Azania Mosaka about what sparked this week's Sunday Times column and how some people manage to get away with putting in half of what is required.

I imagine that you have spent 2-3 hours in the studio and afterward you think to yourself, my goodness I can’t believe they paid me to do what I just did?

NNdumiso Ngcobo, Sunday Times Columnist and Author

From a lot of my previous jobs, I would fantasise about load shedding or the building has burnt down because you are just dreading going back to work.

Ndumiso Ngcobo, Sunday Times Columnist and Author

I had this boss who always managed to create this aura of great industriousness about her, always sending emails.

Ndumiso Ngcobo, Sunday Times Columnist and Author

Listen to Ndumiso Ngcobo chatting to Azania Mosaka below:


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