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Trends in collective bargaining In post-independence Namibian . Public sector
(University of the Western Cape, 1997)
The emergence of collective bargaining in the public sector is viewed as a product of economic, political, technological and social dynamics regulating the economic relationship between the government as employer and ...
Transformation of the Public Service under Fiscal and Constitutional Constraints: An Analysis of the Relationship between Human Resource Development and Representativeness.
(University of the Western Cape, 1998)
The essence of the study is to examine progress in the transformation of public service under fiscal and constitutional contraints. The thesis focuses on the implementation of affirmative action and human resource ...
An empirical study of the development of factory shops in the clothing industry in the Cape Peninsula
(University of the Western Cape, 1991)
Since the beginning of the nineteen-eighties factory shops in the clothing industry in the Cape Peninsula have had an increasing influence on the retail trade. Originally factory shops were mainly used by factories ...
The role of training in the human resource department of the south African parliament
(University of the Western Cape, 1999)
Training in the South African public service is a highly needed factor, especially in the process of transformation. In the "rationalisation" of the public service, training cannot be conducted in isolation. At the same ...