Clarity and trust: the experience of workplace regulations by employees
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Workplace regulations are important components of healthy labour relations in South Africa. In this article the dimensions of trust and clarity with regard to the way such employment regulations are experienced within the workplace are investigated through the development and empirical evaluation of a theoretical structural model. After the literature review that was utilised to develop the model, three hypotheses were identified. These hypotheses are tested in the course of the empirical study, where the study population, measurement and statistical analyses were explained. Lastly, the results and outcomes of the hypotheses were discussed, together with the inherent limitations and future research opportunities.