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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 ...
Die invloed van onderwyservakbonde op die werkstevredenheid van opvoeders
(North-West University, 2012)
The role of unions in South Africa has changed noticeably over the past years since the establishment of the first unions in the 1850’s up to date. Earlier unions were established due to sentiment and their focus was not ...
Investigating stakeholder perspectives on the sources of stress and burnout at selected secondary schools in the Vaal Triangle
(North-West University, 2018)
Numerous schools' in South Africa are in dire need for the identification of the sources and intervention strategies to recognise stakeholders that are experiencing stress and burnout. With the ever demanding and stressful ...
Feeding the shepherd: an integrational approach to Pastor Pastorum
(North-West University (South Africa), Mafikeng Campus, 2017)
The ministerial praxis is perhaps one of the most stressful working environments. Its full-time practitioner, the pastor, suffers from it. The phenomenon of stress, burnout and compassion fatigue, referred to in this ...
Die persepsies en belewenis van uitbranding by nagraadse teologiese studente van die Gereformeerde Kerke in Suid–Afrika : 'n pastorale studie
(North-West University, 2010)
The aim of this study was to establish to what extent the post graduate theological students of the RCSA experience emotional burnout and what their perceptions of burnout are. A combination of quantitative and qualitative ...
An assessment of the invariance of work–related well–being in selected South African sectors
The current work environment demands a lot from employees. Organisations implement strategies to reduce cost and increase productivity, often ignoring the well-being and needs of employees. Factors such as virtual offices ...