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Die modererende invloed van loopbaanontplooiing op loopbaanpassing en gehalte van werklewe

A. M. G. Schreuder, J. Flowers
SA Journal of Industrial Psychology | Vol 18, No 2 | a541 | DOI: https://doi.org/10.4102/sajip.v18i2.541 | © 1992 A. M. G. Schreuder, J. Flowers | This work is licensed under CC Attribution 4.0
Submitted: 19 June 1992 | Published: 19 June 1992

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A. M. G. Schreuder, Universiteit van Suid-Afrika, South Africa
J. Flowers, Universiteit van Suid-Afrika, South Africa

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Abstract

The moderating influence of career progression on career fit and the quality of work life. The subject under investigation was the moderating influence of career progression on career fit and the quality of worklife of 258 employees at non- management and management level in various types of organisations [private, semistate and state]. A significant degree of fit was found among the management group, after which the differences in the quality of worklife between the fit and non-fit groups were tested. A significant difference [p <0,01] was only found for the management group, with the fit group achieving a significantly higher score. The implications of these findings with regard to career planning for the individual and the organisation are discussed.

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Die modererende invloed van loopbaanontplooiing op loopbaanpassing en gehalte van werklewe van 258 werknemers op nie-bestuur- en bestuursvlak in verskillende organisasietipes (privaat, semi-staat en staat) is onder- soek. 'n Betekenisvolle passing is by die bestuursgroep gevind, waarna vir verskille in gehalte van werklewe tussen die passings- en nie-passingsgroep getoets is. Dit is slegs by die bestuursgroep dat 'n betekenisvolle verskil [p < 0,01] gevind is, met die passingsgroep wat 'n betekenisvolle hoer telling behaal het. Die implikasies van die bevindings ten opsigte van loopbaanbeplanning vir die individu en onderneming word bespreek.


Keywords

Loopbaanontplooiing, Loopbaanpassing; Gehalte van werklewe

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