ABOUT THE JOURNAL
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.
LATEST ARTICLES

Original Research

 
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

Original Research

 
The role of career concerns and workplace friendship in the job embeddedness–retention practices satisfaction link  
Ingrid L. Potgieter, Melinde Coetzee, Nadia Ferreira
30 April 2018

Original Research

 
Developing a measure for student perspectives on institutional effectiveness in higher education  
Peter T. Ayuk, Gerrie J. Jacobs
26 April 2018

Original Research

 
Tales of the unexpected: Integrating career shocks in the contemporary careers literature  
Jos Akkermans, Scott E. Seibert, Stefan T. Mol
19 April 2018

Original Research

 
The experiences of employees participating in organisational corporate social responsibility initiatives  
Gretha Cook, Dirk J. Geldenhuys
16 April 2018
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