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Female employees' perceptions of work-life balance at a banking institution in the Durban region.
This study was interested in female bank employees’ perceptions of work life balance at a banking institution in the Durban region. The Job Demands-Resources (JD-R) Model was used as a theoretical framework to consider the ...
The relationship between achievement motivation and job satisfaction.
The purpose of this study was to investigate the relationship between achievement motivation and job satisfaction. The impact of demographic data (i.e. race, gender, age and tenure) on both achievement motivation and job ...
The meaning of working in the context of the financial crisis : the case of paid workers within non-profit AIDS care organisations in the Durban Metropolis.
Background. Meaning of working studies suggest that working, beyond providing an opportunity to make money, contributes to an employee’s identity, fulfilment, self-esteem and other important psychological needs. The Meaning ...
Employee experiences of commitment and happiness in call centre employment : a qualitative study.
The call centre industry has experienced a boom over the last decades. More organisations are making use of call centres as a means of speedy service deliveries to their customers. Call centres have therefore become an ...
A qualitative exploration of the career narratives of six South African Black social workers.
The study explored the career narratives of six South African Black Social workers in the selected public hospitals. It explored their career development by having them narrate stories of how they came into the profession ...
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 ...
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 ...
An exploration of the experiences of conflict as perceived by industrial psychologists in the workplace : a qualitative study.
The aim of this study was to explore conflict as perceived by Industrial Psychologists in the workplace. The sample of (N=6) consisted of registered Industrial Psychologists. A qualitative research approach was used to ...
Do industrial/organisational psychology journal articles reflect a managerial bias within research and practice?
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An investigation into the factors influencing career choice and development of previously disadvantaged MBA students in a business school in KwaZulu-Natal.
This research paper aimed to investigate the factors influencing career choice and development among previously disadvantaged individuals, specifically focusing on MBA students. The core aim was to analyse and better ...