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Effective leadership within South Africa : a study of the perceptions, experiences and practices of effective leadership within South African organisations.
The notion of leadership has taxed the minds of philosophers, politicians, the military, religious thinkers and business for thousands of years. It is recognised that those who have the ability to influence the hearts, ...
An exploratory study of the relationship between wellness and stress in the workplace.
The relationship between stress and wellness has been superficially studied in the past. The aim of this research is therefore to explore the relationship between stress and wellness. To discover this relationship a ...
An investigation into the attitudes, opinions, and feelings of psychometric test administrators toward the Apil B as a culture fair assessment with special reference to the Employment Equity Act.
This research is an investigation into the Apil B as a culture fair assessment tool for the purpose of recruitment and selection. The Employment Equity Act stipulates that "psychological testing and other similar assessments ...
Changes in organisational policies and practices : the role of the human resource practitioner.
The Human Resources department, through the policies and practices that it develops, stands as a steering function for the rest of the organisation. Human Resource policies and practices, dealing with issues that most ...
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 ...
Do industrial/organisational psychology journal articles reflect a managerial bias within research and practice?
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An investigation into the internal and external factors influencing career choice over a period of approximately ten years amongst postgraduate students in a business school in KwaZulu-Natal.
This research aimed to investigate the internal and external factors influencing career choice and development over a period of approximately ten years and subsequently the variation in, or development of, these factors ...
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 ...
Alcohol abuse in the workplace.
This study examines the problems relating to alcohol abuse in the workplace. The factors investigated include workplace safety, absenteeism and tardiness, productivity, and job satisfaction. Questions were also included ...