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    • Adverse acculturation conditions and well-being of mine employees in the North-West Province 

      Burckard, Anneke; Jackson, Leon Trodricht Basie; Van de Vijver, Alphonsius Josephus Rachel (Elliott & Fitzpatrick, 2011)
      The frequency of intercultural contact in the South African workplace has increased after 1994. We investigated relations between adverse acculturation conditions, separation and well-being in Black and White miners. We ...
    • Factor identification in managerial ethics 

      10196145 - Bisschoff, Christo Alfonzo; Lotriet, Ronald Aubrey (Academic journals, 2012)
      Business is expected to serve the common good of all stakeholders and have special legal interests with regard to upholding the values embedded in the constitution. Proper managerial ethics is becoming more of a concern ...
    • The psychological consequences of unemployment in South Africa 

      De Witte, Hans; Rothmann, Sebastiaan; Jackson, Leon T.B. (University of Pretoria. Faculty of Economic and Management Sciences, 2012)
      The objective of this study was to investigate the affective experiences, attitudes to work, and job application behaviour of unemployed people. A survey design was used and samples (N = 381) were drawn from unemployed ...
    • Public knowledge, attitudes and behaviour towards antibiotic usage in Windhoek, Namibia 

      Pereko, Dawn D.; Lubbe, Martie S.; Essack, Sabiha Y. (Federation of Infectious Diseases Societies of South Africa, 2015)
      Background: The development of antibiotic resistance is a globally recognised human health threat. Overuse of antibiotics is a major contributory factor to the development of resistance. As end users, the public play a ...