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Investigation of work-life balance in organisations in KwaZulu-Natal : comparison with the United Kingdom.
It has become imperative for organisations to create family-friendly work-environments, where employees can effectively balance work and family life, in order to ensure employee satisfaction and increased productivity. It ...
The challenges faced by CMT employers in the clothing industry in the greater Durban area.
This research study examines the challenges facing CMTs in the Durban area. The researcher conducted a literature review on the evolution of the clothing industry, internationally and locally, the emergence of the CMT ...
The impact of skills shortages on client satisfaction at Stewart Scott International in KwaZulu-Natal.
A persistent theme over the past year in public discussion has been the state of skills in the South African economy and society (DoL, 2003:1). The DoL (2005:55) further states that the issue of "scarce skills" has become ...
The relationship between job insecurity, job satisfaction and organisational commitment in a telecommunication organisation.
South African companies are being exposed more than ever to the effects of the world economy, technological advancement, and tough international competition. Organisations are confronted with ever increasing, turbulence ...
A case study of the capital structure decisions in practice in the real estates sector of the J.S.E.
An ongoing debate in the corporate finance world concerns the question of a firm's optimal capital structure. More specifically, is there a way of dividing a firm's capital into debt and equity so as to maximize the value ...
Community management of rural water supplies in South Africa : Alfred Nzo district municipality case study.
South African legislation, as summarised in The Strategic Framework for Water Services (Department of Water Affairs and Forestry, 2003), makes local authorities responsible for all water services to individual consumers. ...
Can credit derivative instruments be utilised by South African banks to effectively hedge the credit risk they face in lending to the small, medium and micro enterprise market?
The objective of this research proposal is to explore the extent to which credit derivatives can be used effectively by domestic financial institutions, in particular, Commercial Banks to hedge the credit risk associated ...
Factors driving pay changes and their impact on corporate performance : Namibian Ports Authority case study.
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The effects of a single brand on the South African Banking image.
Brands represent invaluable intangible assets of ftrms and therefore need to be nurtured like tangible assets. Leading authors such as Sampson (1998) argue that Fortune 500 benchmark companies such as Coca Cola, BP and ...
A critical analysis of the effect of selling consortiums in the pork industry on profitablity: an exploratory study in KZN.
The pork industry in South Africa is faced with many challenges some of which have been exacerbated with the trend toward globalisation. The success of the individual farmer is dependent upon co-operative agreements, ...