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Psychological capital, subjective wellbeing, burnout and job satisfaction amongst educators in the Umlazi region.
The current study aimed to explore the positive aspects of Psychological Capital (PsyCap) and attempted to explain how the psychological resources inherent in PsyCap can aid against the negative effects of Burnout in ...
The nature of the psychological conditions of work engagement among employees at a University in Durban, South Africa.
Throughout history the discipline of psychology has been dominated by the study of mental illness as opposed to mental wellness. The introduction of positive psychology has caused a shift from the bias towards mental illness ...
Happiness, psychological capital and organisational citizenship behaviour of employees in a financial institution in Durban, South Africa.
The work environment in financial institutions where deadlines, budgets, routine work and performance issues are common can compromise most people’s sense of happiness. Therefore happiness in the workplace rarely manifests ...
The moderating role of psychological capital in the relationship between job stress and the outcomes of incivility and job involvement among call centre employees.
The current study was interested in determining the moderating role of psychological capital in the relationship between job stress and the outcomes of incivility and job involvement among employees at a call centre in ...