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    • 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 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. ...
    • Job insecurity, job satisfaction, work wellness and organisational commitment in a petroleum/oil company 

      Selepe, Carol Matshepo (North-West University, 2004)
      The primary objectives of this study were to investigate the relationship between job insecurity, job satisfaction, work wellness, and organisational commitment of employees (N = 66) at a petroleum / oil company. A ...
    • Job insecurity, psychological empowerment and work engagement in a government organisation 

      Reynders, Edith Francina (North-West University, 2005)
      In South Africa, organisations are exposed to economical, political, social, demographical and technological forces that encourage change. Tremendous pressure is placed on organisations to improve their performance and ...
    • Managing artisan retention 

      Van Rooyen, Lariska (North-West University, 2009)
      The retention of artisans is becoming an increasingly important challenge faced by many organisations. The decision to intensify artisan retention strategies arises from the fact that there is currently a shortage of ...
    • Organisational politics, sense of coherence and work wellness of protection services members 

      Muller, Petra Helena Elizabeth (North-West University, 2004)
      Continuous changes in the security systems around the world, along with the increased pressure to perform may result in feelings of distrust, strain in interpersonal relations, psychological strain, fatigue and tension, ...
    • Psychometric evaluation of the UWES and OLBI within the cement industry 

      Lekutle, Olebogeng Martin (North-West University, 2010)
      In order to be sustainable, companies have to adapt in the ever–changing market and economic conditions which are often unpredictable. The adaptation to these challenges rests with employees who have to stay motivated ...
    • Roles and wellness of human resource professionals 

      Pieterse, Ferdinandus Lukas Johannes Bartholomeus (North-West University, 2007)
      The continuous alignment of human resource strategies, activities. processes and competencies within an ever-changing business environment poses certain challenges for the human resource profession in a global petrochemical ...
    • Technostress and work wellness 

      Van Eck, Marelize (North-West University, 2005)
    • Work wellness in a financial services institution : a longitudinal study 

      Orpen-Lyall, Mark Raymond (North-West University, 2008)
      Most employers agree that the effectiveness and success of their organisations depend on the effective utilisation of their human resources. Ill health in the workplace is a threat to optimal productivity, reduced absenteeism, ...