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The influence of workaholism and burnout on the intention to quite amongst academic employees at a selected university n the Western Cape
(University of the Western Cape, 2019)
Universities worldwide have to contend with a changing landscape due to the massification of education, additional pressure being placed on academia with respect to research outputs, teaching a transforming student base, ...
Understanding the experiences of women in senior management positions in the financial services industry in the Western Cape
(University of the Western Cape, 2017)
Within the past two decades, gender equity has been a major issue in the workplace. Legislation has since been implemented to redress inequalities of the past, which have allowed women to move away from their traditional ...
The impact of transformational leadership and job crafting on flourishing at work and in-role performance of information technology professionals
(University of Western Cape, 2020)
The modern working environment is characterised by global competitiveness, digitisation, and a greater need to employ and retain the knowledge worker. With increased pressure to sustain a competitive advantage, organisations ...