Martha Harunavamwe
Martha Harunavamwe
Lecturer of Industrial Psychology, University of the Free State
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TitleCited byYear
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
342013
Exploring management’s perceptions of succession planning and its impact on staff retention at an agricultural company
SB Mhlongo, M Harunavamwe
International Journal of Research 7, 2017
32017
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
32011
Peace Leadership: Self-Transformation to Peace
E Van Zyl, A Campbell
KR Publishing, 2018
12018
An Investigation of the Middle Managers' Attitude Towards Organizational Change: A Case of the Automotive Industry
M Harunavamwe
University of Fort Hare, 2010
12010
The effect of psychological resources on job embeddedness among employees working in the banking sector of the Free State
M Harunavamwe, D Pillay
30TH ANNUAL CONFERENCE OF THE SOUTHERN AFRICAN INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT …, 2018
2018
The effect of psychological capital, self-leadership and job embeddedness on work engagement among employees in the banking sector
M Harunavamwe
University of the Free State, 2018
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
2013
Interdisciplinary Reflection of Contemporary Society
M Harunavamwe, H Kanengoni, T Mazorodze
J Soc Sci 36 (2), 175-185, 2013
2013
An Investigation of the Middle Managers’ Attitude towards Organizational Change: A Case of the Automotive Industry.
H Martha
UNIVERSITY OF FORT HARE, 0
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