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The relationship between job satisfaction and locus of control amongst call centre representatives in a call centre in Durban, KwaZulu-Natal
Call centres are typically characteristic of a highly repetitive, monotonous, and low skilled nature of work, which has resulted in low levels of job satisfaction, dissatisfaction or no satisfaction for call centre ...
Do industrial/organisational psychology journal articles reflect a managerial bias within research and practice?
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An exploratory study of the ways in which print media constructs our perceptions of the organisational phenomenon of stress.
The topic of stress is one that has been explored for many years, as individuals have aimed to understand this phenomenon, as well as provide insight into why stress occurs and how it occurs. Besides the interest in this ...
Psychological capital, subjective wellbeing, organisational virtuousness and organisational citizenship behaviour amongst teachers.
The current study aimed to explore the aspects of Psychological Capital (PsyCap), Subjective Wellbeing and Organisational Virtuousness in the attempt to explain how it may influence Organisational Citizenship Behaviour ...
Perceptions and experiences of senior managers regarding organisational transformation and change within eThekwini Municipality.
This study explores the perceptions and experiences of senior managers regarding organisational transformation and change. To achieve this objective, a qualitative methodology was undertaken and twelve open-ended questions ...
Transformational leadership : inspiration or domination : a critical organisational theory perspective.
Within academic literature and contemporary organisations, it has become widely accepted that transformational leaders are required to harness the potential of their human resources in the direction of accomplishing ...
Prediction of small business owners success level by means of biographical and business variables.
The main aim of this study was to establish the biographical and business variables as predictors of of success of small business' owners in South Africa. is based on secondary information obtained from the national ...
Students with disabilities' perceptions and experiences of the disability unit at the University of KwaZulu-Natal, Howard College Campus.
Although significant progress has been made to increase the throughput rate of students with disabilities in tertiary education, there is still much to be done as many disabled students face discrimination and difficulty ...
HIV and AIDS : perceived impact and responses of companies in the South African automotive manufacturing sector.
HIV and AIDS might not necessarily be considered by South African companies to be the primary health condition impacting on their production costs and influence related interventions. The aim of this study was to gain a ...
Occupational stress and work engagement among special needs educators in the Umlazi District of KwaZulu-Natal.
The present research study attempted to determine if special needs educators, who reported being engaged in their work, were more likely to appraise perceived stressful work situations as a welcomed challenge as opposed ...