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Browsing by Subject "Work-life balance"

Browsing by Subject "Work-life balance"

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  • Kotecha, Kajal; Ukpere, Wilfred; Geldenhuys, Madelyn (MCSER Publishing, Rome-Italy, 2014)
    There is a rising trend in the use of Information Communication Technology (ICT) by academics to work after regular working hours. The dual nature of ICTs enhances work flexibility and also encourages academics to use ...
  • Kotecha, Kajal Harsukhlal (2014)
    The use of Information Communication Technologies (ICTs) to work after regular working hours has become prevalent in the academic profession. Although ICTs are known to enhance work flexibility, they also seem to encourage ...
  • Van Zyl, H.F. (2013)
    Changes in the corporate landscape and an increase in female participation rates in corporate workforces necessitate a better understanding of female career paths and how organisations can accommodate them better. The ...
  • Kotecha, Kajal; Geldenhuys, Madelyn; Ukpere, Wilfred I. (Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences MCSER Publishing, Rome-Italy, 2014)
    The use of Information Communication Technologies (ICTs) to work after regular working hours has become prevalent in the academic profession. Although ICTs are known to enhance work flexibility, they also seem to encourage ...
  • Thankge, Clarah Thandi (2014)
    South Africa is currently tackling more basic challenges such as poverty alleviation, job creation and Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment issues, whereas developed countries are prioritising Work-Life Balance in an ...
  • De Villiers, J.C.; Kotze, M.E. (SA Journal of Human Resource Management, )
    A qualitative study was completed to discover how employees of a company in the petroleum industry define and experience the phenomenon of work-life balance, to identify the workplace determinants of work-life imbalance ...

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