SA Journal of Industrial Psychology

Articles from Vol. 40, No. 2, 2014

An Explorative Study on Factors Influencing the Career Success of Management Employees
IntroductionBusinesses constantly seek improved ways of achieving a competitive advantage in today's business environment. In this sense the knowledge and expertise of employees should be regarded as a critical strategic resource (Martins & Martins,...
Assessing the Test-Retest Reliability of Career Path Appreciation as a Measure of Current and Potential Work Decision-Making Capability
IntroductionAssessing and developing managerial decision-making capability in an increasingly complex and volatile business marketplace has become imperative for most South African businesses (Comaroff, 2012; Kruger, 2013). Organisations increasingly...
Coaching on the Axis
Coaching on the axisIntroductionThis book comes at an important point in the evolution of business coaching. This is a time when business leaders are becoming increasingly interested in using business coaching as a way to improve their organisation's...
Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy Effects on Employment-Related Outcomes for Individuals with Mental Illness: A Systematic Review
IntroductionMental illness is a term that varies in its breadth and depth but is associated with an emotional or behavioural disorder (American Psychiatric Association, 2013). Approximately one in four people in the general population are affected by...
Concepts of Multifaceted Social Support in Operational Work in the Lives of South African Police Service Members
IntroductionProblem statementThe purpose of this study was to describe the concepts of multifaceted social support network systems as perceived by the South African Police Service (SAPS) members in the context of the Vhembe District (South Africa) in...
Intrinsic Rewards and Work Engagement in the South African Retail Industry
IntroductionTraditionally, organisations have used money, benefits and other extrinsic rewards to attract, retain, motivate and engage employees, believing that properly administered extrinsic rewards systems were the panacea for all employee issues...
The Configural Approach to Organisational Commitment: An Application in Ghana
IntroductionOrganisational commitment, an attachment to one's employing organisation, continues to interest researchers and managers and remains a vibrant research topic because of its central role in understanding and predicting workplace behaviour....
Towards a National Security Psychology in the South African National Defence Force
Towards a national security psychology in the South African National Defence Force Book Title: Psychology in the Service of National Security Editor: A. David Mangelsdorf ISBN: 1-59147-355-1 Publisher: American Psychological Association, Washington D.C.,...
Tracking the Employee Satisfaction-Life Satisfaction Binary: The Case of South African Academics
IntroductionThe South African higher education landscape has experienced extensive transformation since the emergence of democracy in 1994. The creation of a three-tier university system consisting of traditional universities, new generation universities...
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