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Grobler SW, and du Plessis Y. 2016. Requisite leader behavioural competencies for sustainable organisational performance. In Acta Commercii, 16(1), pp 1-8.
Horne AL, du Plessis Y, and Nkomo SM. 2016. Role of department heads in academic development: A leader-member exchange and organizational resource perspective. In Educational Management Administration & Leadership, 44(6), pp 1021-1041.
Huyser R, and Smit PA. 2016. Benchmarking social justice allegiance of dismissal protections among the EE5 countries. In African journal of international and comparative law/Revue africaine de droit international et compare, 24(2), pp 242-271.
K. Rodriguez J, Holvino E, Fletcher J, and Nkomo SM. 2016. The theory and praxis of intersectionality in work and organisations: Where do we go from here? In Gender Work and Organization, 23(3), pp 201-222.
Koekemoer FE, Nel JA, and De Toit A. 2016. The exploratory and con rmatory factor analyses of two subjective career success instruments. In Journal of Psychology in Africa, 26(1), pp 49-55.
Meiring D, and Buckett A. 2016. Best practice guidelines for the use of the assessment centre method in South Africa (5th edition). In SA Journal of Industrial Psychology, 42(1), pp 1-15.
Mtshelwane D, Nel JA, and Brink L. 2016. Impression management within the Zulu culture: exploring tactics in the work context. In SA Journal of Industrial Psychology, 42(1), pp 1-13.
Olckers C, and Enslin C. 2016. Psychological ownership in relation to workplace trust and turnover intent. In Journal of Psychology in Africa, 26(2), pp 119-126.
Olckers C, and van Zyl L. 2016. The relationship between employment equity perceptions and psychological ownership in a South African mining house: the role of ethnicity. In Social Indicators Research, 127(2), pp 887-901.
O’Neil SM, and Koekemoer FE. 2016. Two decades of qualitative research in psychology, industrial and organisational psychology and human resource management within South Africa: a critical review. In SA Journal of Industrial Psychology, 42(1), pp 1-16.
O’Neil SM, Schurink W, and Stanz KJ. 2016. The bene ts of using small supervisor-initiated groups to supervise master’s research. In South African Journal of Higher Education, 30(4), pp 210-230.
O’Neil SM, and Wels H. 2016. Facebook: A tool to enhance teaching and learning for postgraduate research students. In Journal for New Generation Sciences, 14(3), pp 91-110.
Schaap P, and Kekana EA. 2016. The structural validity of the experience of work and life circumstances questionnaire (WLQ). In SA Journal of Industrial Psychology, 42(1), pp 1-16.
Smit PA. 2016. The future of labour law in a globalized or regionalized world. In Bulletin of Comparative Labour Relations, 92, pp 145-158.
Smit PA. 2016. Role of trade union movement to improve regional labor standards within SADC. In Indian Journal of Industrial Relations, 51(4), pp 517-530.
Carrim M H, and Senne Y. 2016. Challenges faced by South African human resource practitioners in multinational corporations. In Handbook of research on impacts of international business and political a airs on the global economy. IGI Global.
Carrim MH. 2016. The gender, racio-ethnic and professional work identity of an indian woman entrepreneur in South Africa. In Indian women as entrepreneurs: an exploration of self-identity. Springer.
Metz I, Ng E, Cornelius N, Hoobler JM, and Nkomo SM. 2016. A comparative review of multiculturalism in Australia, Canada, the United Kingdom, the United States and South Africa. In Research handbook of international and comparative perspectives on diversity management. Edward Elgar Publishing.
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