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Green human-resource management towards sustainable organizations: a case of KwaZulu-Natal higher education institutions.
The Human Resources Management Division, as a strategic partner and one of the important functions in any organisation, can make a significant contribution to ensuring environmental sustainability in the organisations where ...
An empirical study of the reward preferences of the University of KwaZulu-Natal (UKZN) academics.
The aim of this study is to investigate the ability of the rewards offered by UKZN to attract, retain and motivate academic employees. The Reward Preference Questionnaire (RPQ) adopted from Nienaber, Bussin and Henn (2011), ...
Factors influencing coupon redemption rates among shoppers in the Durban area.
There are a number of different sales promotion strategies that marketers employ in an attempt to appeal to consumers and encourage them to buy. In recent years, couponing has emerged as a pop culture phenomenon in some ...
Understanding the relationship between work-life balance and stress amongst employees at a large motor vehicle manufacturing plant in KwaZulu-Natal.
This study aims to assess the possibility of reducing stress through work-life balance. It is anticipated that a greater degree of work-life balance will lead to reduced levels of stress. In this study work-life balance ...
The utilization of key performance indicator appraisal for logistics outsourcing : a case of Defy appliances.
Background: Companies and customers around the world are embracing the trend of outsourcing their logistics requirements to outside logistics service providers. That being said, KPI appraisal can be regarded as an effective ...
Understanding individual workforce resilience of women in selected Durban organisational settings.
BACKGROUND: Over the past decades there has been an enormous increase in scientific research publications, targeting resilience of women within the workplace environment. Despite the potentially adverse effects that women ...