Herbert Kanengoni (Ph.D)
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Psychological capital, subjective well-being, burnout and job satisfaction amongst educators in the Umlazi region in South Africa
A Hansen, JH Buitendach, H Kanengoni
SA Journal of Human Resource Management 13 (1), 1-9, 2015
The Impact of Monetary and Non-Monetary Rewards on Motivation among Lower Level Employees in Selected Retail Shops
M Harunavamwe, H Kanengoni
African Journal of Business Management 7 (38), 3929-3935, 2013
The moderating role of psychological capital in the relationship between job stress and the outcomes of incivility and job involvement amongst call centre employees
SB Setar, JH Buitendach, H Kanengoni
SA Journal of Industrial Psychology 41 (1), 1-13, 2015
Psychological capital, job demands and organisational commitment of employees in a call centre in Durban, South Africa
K Pillay, JH Buitendach, H Kanengoni
SA Journal of Human Resource Management 12 (1), 1-13, 2014
The psychological conditions that predict work engagement among tertiary education employees
GL Chikoko, JH Buitendach, H Kanengoni
Journal of Psychology in Africa 24 (6), 469-474, 2014
The prediction of turnover intention by means of employee engagement and demographic variables in a telecommunications organisation
M Sibiya, JH Buitendach, H Kanengoni, S Bobat
Journal of Psychology in Africa 24 (2), 131-143, 2014
Pursuing a career at sea: an empirical profile of South African cadets and implications for career awareness
S Ruggunan, H Kanengoni
Maritime Policy & Management 44 (3), 289-303, 2017
Work Engagement and Its Relationship with Various Dimensions of Work-related Well-being in the Public Transport Industry
B Johanna H, B Shaida, M Rutendo F, K Herbert
Psychology and Developing Societies 28 (1), 50-72, 2016
The relationship between employee knowledge, personal contact and attitudes towards chronically ill co-employees within the banking sector
H Kanengoni, C Murugan
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 24 (4), 871-888, 2013
The perceptions of employees towards working with HIV/AIDS infected and affected co-workers: A case of food services industry in Eastern Cape, South Africa
H Kanengoni, T Mazorodze, M Harunavamwe
African Journal of Business Management 5 (26), 10621-10628, 2011
The usefulness of measurement equivalence in psychological evaluation: A meta-analysis
H Kanengoni
African Journal of Business Management 5 (24), 10038-10043, 2011
Psychological capital and work behaviour–related outcomes among South African church ministers
H Kanengoni, CN Ngarambe, JH Buitendach
South African Journal of Psychology 48 (4), 488-500, 2018
An investigation on the middle managers’ attitudes towards organisational change within the automotive industry
M Harunavamwe, H Kanengoni, T Mazorodze
Journal of Social Sciences 36 (2), 175-185, 2013
Bias in personnel selection and occupational assessments: Theory and techniques for identifying and solving bias
H Kanengoni
International Journal of Psychology and Counselling 5 (3), 38-44, 2013
Psychological capital and work behaviour-related outcomes amongst South African church ministers: OR1314
H Kanengoni, C Ngarambe, J Buitendach
International Journal of Psychology 51, 2016
Psychological Climate and Psychological Contract as Antecedents of Knowledge Workers' Well-being and Work Adjustment
H Kanengoni
University of KwaZulu-Natal, Durban, 2015
Interdisciplinary Reflection of Contemporary Society
M Harunavamwe, H Kanengoni, T Mazorodze
J Soc Sci 36 (2), 175-185, 2013
Special Issues
K Pillay, JH Buitendach, H Kanengoni, A Schlechter, A Hung, M Bussin, ...
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