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    • Assessing the dynamics of conflict among nurses in public hospitals 

      Milton, David Ross (2014)
      Nursing in South Africa has become a difficult and stressful profession. Nurses are faced with many challenges on a daily basis, including; heavy workloads, shortages of staff, lack of resources and reduced managerial ...
    • Burnout and engagement of non-professional counsellors in South Africa 

      Fourie, Lukas Albertus (North-West University, 2004)
      Counselling services as provided by non-professional counsellors have been in place for a number of decades. Counselling traumatised people demands a significant amount of emotional investment from the counsellor. A ...
    • Burnout and engagement of teachers in the North West Province 

      Jackson, Leone Trodricht Basie (North-West University, 2004)
      Continuous exposure to things like high job demands, lack of job resources, change, competitiveness and rivalry, can result in stress and burnout. Stressful events may lead to ill health and might impact negatively on the ...
    • Burnout and work engagement among South African psychologists 

      Roothman, Brett (North-West University, 2010)
      Although numerous and divergent stressors are inherent to the professional life of a psychologist, research regarding burnout and its antipode, work engagement in psychologists is sparse. The current research sought to ...
    • Burnout and work engagement of employees in an insurance company 

      Coetzer, Wilhelmina Johanna (North-West University, 2004)
      Continuous changes along with the increased pressure to perform may result in feelings of distrust, strain in interpersonal relations, psychological strain, fatigue and tension, all affecting the well-being of employees. ...
    • Burnout and work engagement of South African packaging manufacturing managers 

      Ratshivhombela, Queen-Ann Sibongile (North-West University, 2005)
      Stress and burnout among workers are reaching epidemic proportions, resulting in loss of millions in revenue due to absenteeism and corresponding reduction in productivity. The question as to whether the participants of ...
    • Burnout of academic staff in a higher education institution 

      Barkhuizen, Emmerentia Nicolene (North-West University, 2004)
      Universities worldwide are developing a disturbing imbalance with their environments. In recent years, academic working conditions in South African universities have changed dramatically as a result of the country's ...
    • Burnout, work engagement and workaholism among employees in the insurance industry 

      Brand, Lelani (North-West University, 2006)
      Over the last decade, numerous changes have occurred in the insurance industry due to international expansions and stiff competitiveness. As a result of these changes, employees are suffering from stressful work conditions ...
    • Crossover of engagement and life satisfaction among dual–earner parents 

      Wessels, Elette (North-West University, 2009)
      An individual has the ability to project feelings and emotions onto someone else, to the extent that the other person reacts to them, whether in a similar or opposite manner. These are known as crossover effects. Crossover ...
    • The development and evaluation of an executive coaching programme 

      Pretorius, Jana (North-West University, 2007)
      The 21'' century business environment can be described in terms of globalisation, intensified competitiveness on a global level, and ever-increasing customer expectations. In the changing nature of the world of work, with ...