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Browsing HRM Research by Author "Van Vuuren, L.J."

Browsing HRM Research by Author "Van Vuuren, L.J."

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  • Crous, F.; De Bruin, G.P.; Roodt, G.; Van Vuuren, L.J.; Schoeman, W.J.; Stuart, A.D. (SA Journal of Industrial Psychology, )
    As an expert leader in psychometrics, eminent scholar, gatekeeper, study leader and mentor, Johann M. Schepers has had a profound effect on the development of Psychology and Industrial Psychology in South Africa. By means ...
  • Van Vuuren, L.J.; Fourie, C. (Journal of Industrial Psychology, )
    Previously the authors reported on a study in which an attempt was made at defining and measuring the construct career resilience (Fourie & Van Vuuren, 1998). The present article continues this investigation by reporting ...
  • Smith, A.; Van Vuuren, L.J.; Visser, D. (SA Journal of Industrial Psychology, )
    Ethical conduct within consulting has become increasingly important since management consulting has developed into an independent profession. The objective of this research was to determine if differences exist in client ...
  • Swart, J.; Van Vuuren, L.J. (Journal of Industrial Psychology, )
    The ability of individuals to interpret change is considered to be a criterion for successful organisational change. Accordingly the influence of a specific infra-individual variable, i.e. cognitive style (field dependence ...
  • Theunissen, B.; Van Vuuren, L.J.; Visser, D. (SA Journal of Industrial Psychology, )
    It is known that work-family conflict is a determinant of marital dissatisfaction. The goal of this study was to determine whether inadequate communication regarding the sharing of job-related information between dual-career ...
  • Hugo, A.; Van Vuuren, L.J. (Journal of Industrial Psychology, )
    The principal aim of this study was to explore the cultural differences with regard to work values and moral reasoning in the context of the management of diversity. A secondary aim was to determine whether individuals in ...
  • Fourie, C.; Van Vuuren, L.J. (Journal of Industrial Psychology, )
    Various authors have argued that career resilience should be cultivated by individuals pursuing modern day careers as a critical career competency. No study has been reported thus far in the career management literature ...
  • Cavaleros, C.; Van Vuuren, L.J.; Visser, D. (SA Journal of Industrial Psychology, )
    The objective of this study was to assess the effectiveness of a diversity awareness training programme. A sample of 382 employees from four different departments within a large accounting firm was used to form the groups ...
  • Van der Westhuizen, C.; Van Vuuren, L.J.; Visser, D. (SA Journal of Human Resource Management, )
    Many organisations are downsizing their Human Resource (HR) operations due to the perceived lack of credibility of the function as a whole. This study investigates possible reasons for this perceived lack of credibility, ...
  • Goosen, X.; Van Vuuren, L.J. (SA Journal of Human Resource Management, )
    The phenomenon exists that organisations do not do much to ensure the institutionalisation of business ethics in general, and more specifically, to facilitate employees’ ethical behaviour. The possibility that mentoring ...
  • Van Vuuren, L.J.; Fourie, C. (SA Journal of Industrial Psychology, )
    This rejoinder is presented in response to an analysis by De Bruin and Lew of the 1998 publication by Fourie and Van Vuuren on the career resilience construct. Comments and recommendations made by De Bruin and Lew in respect ...
  • De Lange, M.; Fourie, L.; Van Vuuren, L.J. (SA Journal of Industrial Psychology, )
    The purpose of this study was to test the assumption that the utilisation of competency-based, multi-dimensional, multiple-rater performance ratings would result in reliable and useful measurements of the performance of ...
  • Van Vuuren, L.J.; Eiselin, R.J. (SA Journal of Human Resource Management, )
    Since few South African organisations have as yet appointed ethics officers, there is often a lack of clarity on who should take responsibility for coordinating organisations’ ethics management efforts. The purpose of this ...
  • De Beer, N.; Van Vuuren, L.J. (Journal of Industrial Psychology, )
    Self assessment as a predictor of perceived simulated managerial ability as measured by an assessment centre. The purpose of this study was to establish how accurately a person could assess his own managerial ability. With ...
  • De Gouveia, C.M.; Van Vuuren, L.J.; Crafford, A. (SA Journal of Human Resource Management, )
    In today’s communication-driven world, informal communication can at some point be construed as malicious gossip. Literature shows that certain areas of gossip are insufficiently studied, such as how gossip is defined in ...

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