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    • Burnout and work engagement for different age groups : examining group–level differences and predictors 

      Haley, Lize-Mari (North-West University, 2012)
      Age is often a factor which can have an effect on the well–being levels of employees as well as the profitability of organisations, but it is unfortunately at times overlooked by organisations. Many researchers have found ...
    • Burnout and work engagement in the South African Police Service 

      Storm, Karina (Potchefstroom University for Christian Higher Education, 2002)
      Tracking and addressing police members' effectiveness in areas that could impact on the standard of their services is important. Burnout and work engagement are specific focus areas in this regard. To measure burnout and ...
    • 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. ...
    • Burnout and work engagement of South African packaging manufacturing managers 

      Ratshivhombela, Queen-Ann Sibongile (North-West University, 2005)
      Stress and burnout among workers are reaching epidemic proportions, resulting in loss of millions in revenue due to absenteeism and corresponding reduction in productivity. The question as to whether the participants of ...
    • Burnout in a customer services environment 

      Campbell, Charlene (North-West University, 2003)
      The recent worldwide shift in focus from goods production to service provision in Western countries has resulted in the expansion of the service sector. The front-line worker has become a central figure in the new ...
    • Burnout of academic staff in a higher education institution 

      Barkhuizen, Emmerentia Nicolene (North-West University, 2004)
      Universities worldwide are developing a disturbing imbalance with their environments. In recent years, academic working conditions in South African universities have changed dramatically as a result of the country's ...
    • Burnout of primary school teachers in the North West Province 

      Montgomery, Amanda Jane (North-West University, 2004)
      The foundation of the education of our country lies in the hands of the primary school teachers. Unfortunately, teachers have to juggle many roles - not only are they expected to teach diverse classes and be a role model, ...
    • Burnout of secondary school teachers in the Goldfield region of the Free State Province 

      Van Wyk, Debri (North-West University, 2004)
      The future of South Africa depends largely on the type of education that it offers. If the quality of education is good, the quality of the workforce will be good. For any education system to be of good a quality, quality ...
    • Burnout of support staff in universities in the North-West Province 

      Essenko, Nadia (North-West University, 2003)
      Tertiary institutions in South Africa are being called to account for the quality of education that they provide. Evidence suggests that staffs at all levels are working longer hours than in the past in order to adhere ...
    • Burnout, coping and engagement in the hospitality industry 

      Willemse, Sharron Ann (North-West University, 2006)
      Extensive research on burnout in different occupational fields has taken place internationally. However, no studies on waitrons in South Africa have been performed, while this is an occupational group seemingly facing ...
    • Burnout, engagement and stress of medical practitioners 

      De Jager, Heleen (North-West University, 2003)
      The environment in which medical practitioners in South Africa and elsewhere in the world currently function demands more of them than did any previous period. Medical practitioners have to cope with the demands that arise ...
    • Burnout, engagement, coping and locus of control of postgraduate students 

      Van der Merwe, Margaret Elizabeth (North-West University, 2003)
      Uitbranding as verskynsel was oorspronklik waargeneem by individue wat in hulpverlenings beroepe gestaan het, soos byvoorbeeld verpleegsters. Vandag word dit erken dat individue in enige beroep uitbranding kan ontwikkel. ...
    • Burnout, job stress and coping in the South African Police Service in the Limpopo Province 

      Nortje, Christiaan Frederick (Potchefstroom University for Christian Higher Education, 2003)
      The objectives of this study were to investigate the relationship between burnout, job stress and coping in a sample of police officers. A further objective was to test a causal model of burnout, job stress and coping. A ...
    • Burnout, job stress and personality traits in the South African Police Service 

      Jonker, Bouwer Engelbertus (North-West University, 2005)
      A healthy, productive and motivated police service is an important contributor to the stability and resulting economic growth and development of countries. Burnout is a recognised health risk in law enforcement agencies ...
    • Burnout, job stress and sense of coherence in the coal mining industry 

      Roets, Hanelie (North-West University, 2004)
      Since the buyout of Duiker coal-mines by Xstrata PLC, considerable organisational change took place: people were made redundant, restructuring took place, much flatter structure (which also meant a much leaner workforce) ...
    • Burnout, stress and coping in the South African Police Service in Gauteng 

      De Jager, Lynn-Mari (Potchefstroom University for Christian Higher Education, 2002)
      Since its transformation in1 994 the South African Police Service (SAPS) has undergone large scale changes. In South Africa, Gauteng is one of the most prominent crime areas, reflecting the highest crime rate throughout ...
    • Burnout, stress and coping in the South African Police Service in the Free State 

      Klopper, Jaco (North-West University, 2003)
      Tracking and addressing police members' effectiveness in areas that could impact on the standard of their services are important. Burnout, job stress and ways to cope are specific focus areas in this regard. Previous ...
    • Burnout, work engagement and workaholism among employees in the insurance industry 

      Brand, Lelani (North-West University, 2006)
      Over the last decade, numerous changes have occurred in the insurance industry due to international expansions and stiff competitiveness. As a result of these changes, employees are suffering from stressful work conditions ...
    • A business plan for a small materials engineering consulting company 

      Van der Schijff, Ockert Jacobus (Potchefstroom University for Christian Higher Education, 2000)
      The Materials Engineering Division of Altran Corporation is an U.S.A.-based engineering consulting company specialising in consulting services related to materials engineering, metallurgical engineering, root cause failure ...
    • Business process management in an intrapreneurial software organisation 

      Janke, Ulrike (North-West University, 2006)
      Business process management (BPM) is a philosophical approach to organisation-wide management in which the focus is on the processes through which it operates, and in particular the streamlining and optimising of these ...