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The SA Journal of Industrial Psychology (SAJIP) provides a forum for cutting-edge, peer reviewed research in all fields related to investigations into the ways in which the individual can balance their daily activities (socially, culturally or linguistically) against the larger context of corporate, organizational and institutional values. View our Editorial Team.


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LATEST ARTICLES

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Positive interaction between work and home, and psychological availability on women’s work engagement: A “shortitudinal” study  
Karolina Łaba, Madelyn Geldenhuys
30 August 2018

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The use of organisational network analysis as a diagnostic tool during team coaching  
Nicky H.D. Terblanche, Edna D. Erasmus
23 August 2018

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Perceptions of factors that affect employability amongst a sample of final-year students at a rural South African university  
Tinashe Harry, Willie T. Chinyamurindi, Themba Mjoli
30 July 2018

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Employee engagement in Nigeria: The role of leaders and boundary variables  
Okechukwu E. Amah
17 July 2018

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Adults changing careers through university education: Making meaning of quantitative career assessment scores through an integrative structured interview  
Mary McMahon, Mark Watson, Louis Zietsman
31 May 2018
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