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A comparative study on pharmacist job satisfaction in the private and public hospitals of the North–West Province
(North-West University, 2010)
Pharmacists experience high levels of stress at work, especially from factors intrinsic to their jobs and management roles. In South Africa, the public sector is confronted with situational difficulties such as a shortage ...
Work engagement and psychological capital in a South African platinum mining company
The business landscape is generally in a continuous state of flux thereby obliging organisations to constantly act swiftly and decisively to ensure their sustained competitive advantage. Patently, human capital is increasingly ...
An evaluation of the job characteristics of an international engineering company
(North-West University (South Africa) , Potchefstroom Campus, 2014)
One of the most widely used job design approaches is the job characteristic model (JCM) that was developed by Hackman and Oldham in 1976. This research therefore adopts a quantitative research approach, making use of the ...