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Work-life balance: a case of female information and communication technology professionals at a telecommunications company.
An organisation’s ability to operate effectively depends on how well it pays attention to its most important resource, its human resource. In South Africa, great strides have been made to redress past injustices which ...
Intangible outcomes of talent management practices in selected South African higher education institutions.
In today’s competitive environment, talent management has been considered an important strategy that influences talent attraction, development, and retention required to create value for the organisation. Although talent ...
Fostering employee innovation through engagement and skills development in the manufacturing sector in Zimbabwe.
The study focused on how employee engagement and skills development can influence employee innovation in the manufacturing sector in Zimbabwe. The study was guided by three theoretical perspectives namely the Social ...