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African drumming as a means of enhancing diversity training in the workplace : a case study of a private Durban-based hospital.
In recent times, African drumming organisations in South Africa and worldwide have adopted group drumming as an experiential learning mechanism for facilitating interactive teambuilding within organisations so as to ...
Bottlenecks and constraints within the local labour market for engineers in the petrochemical industry sector : a case study of Engen Refinery, Wentworth.
This research investigates the specific labour market dynamics that underline the shortage of engineers in the Petrochemical Industry in South Africa. The central argument of this dissertation is that an understanding ...
Trade union response to HIV/AIDS in South Africa : a case for social movement unionism?
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A review of validation research on structured employment interviews : exploring the threats to validity.
The main purpose of this study was to explore the threats to internal and external validity that international research on structured employment interviews may have been prone to. On the basis of this exploration, ...
The formulation of competencies for general workers within an international foods manufacturer.
The problem investigated within this research is how an organisation can overcome its skills gaps, whilst ensuring national and international recognition of those skills, and contribute to an increase of skills nationally. ...
Articulating agency : a case study of the strategies used by the South African Transport and Allied Workers Union in servicing South African seafarer.
In theorising globalisation, capital is represented as all-powerful and proactive in its mobility and ability to transcend national boundaries in search of new labour markets. It is this mobility of capital. which is ...