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An investigation into the impact of a stressful work environment on productivity and employee well-being
The study involved an investigation of the relationship between job stress and burnout amongst a sample of 40 employees of South African Breweries. The primary aim of the study was to ascertain whether unchecked and ...
Assessing work stressors, union support, job satisfaction and safety outcomes in the mining environment
The mining environment is one of the largest contributors to the South African economy and provides employment and a livelihood to many South African households. However; the mining environment is one of the most hazardous ...
An investigation into the application of appropriate information systems research methodologies of IT/IS and MBA mini-dissertations at North West University
The dissertation provides a consideration of the significance of choosing an appropriate post-graduate research methodology and application in higher education institutions. Research education has become a matter of ...
An exploration of the coping strategies of early adolescents in two Gauteng schools
In the South African context adolescents need to cope with societal and family-related stressors seen as everyday stressors, such as parental divorce, violence in communities, bereavement and pressure in schools. Research ...
Self-regulation and psychological wellbeing in a cohort of black South African teachers : the SABPA study
The teaching profession is widely regarded as being very stressful (Klassen, Usher & Bong, 2010; Otero, Castro, Santiago & Villardefrancosl, 2010). South African teachers, especially Black teachers working in previously ...
The influence of perceived office politics on stress, turnaround intent and work engagement of employees in law firms
The aim of this study was to determine the relationship between office politics and selected performance outcomes namely stress, turnaround intent and work engagement, as perceived by employees working in law firms. A ...