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Musawenkosi Donia Saurombe PhD
Musawenkosi Donia Saurombe PhD
Associate Professor of Industrial Psychology, University of Johannesburg
Verified email at uj.ac.za
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Management perceptions of a higher educational brand for the attraction and of talent academic staff
M Saurombe, EN Barkhuizen, NE Schutte
South African Journal of Human Resource Management 15, 1-10, 2017
542017
Leadership mindset regarding talent management practices: A case study of the City of Windhoek Council
S Shingenge, M Saurombe
South African Journal of Human Resource Management 20 (0), 2022
172022
Talent management practices and work-related outcomes for South African academic staff
M Saurombe, B Nicolene
Journal of Psychology in Africa, 2022
142022
Navigating on the precursors of work readiness amongst students in Johannesburg, South Africa
K Magagula, ET Maziriri, MD Saurombe
SA journal of Industrial Psychology 46 (1), 1-11, 2020
142020
The influence of the psychological contract on employee engagement in a South African bank
D Ngobeni, M Saurombe, J Renjini
Frontiers in Psychology-Organisational Psychology 13, 2022
122022
The significance of an employee value proposition in the retention of teachers at selected South African private schools
K Swanepoel, M Saurombe
South African Journal of Economic and Management Sciences 25 (1), 2022
112022
The perceived influence of remote working on specific HRM outcomes during the COVID-19 pandemic
M Saurombe, S Rayners, K Mokgobu, K Manka
South African Journal of Human Resource Management 20 (1), 2022
10*2022
A Talent Value Proposition for Academic Staff in a South African HEI
MD Saurombe, EN Barkhuizen
Journal of Global Business and Technology 16 (2), 85-102, 2020
102020
Talent Management as a predictor of positive work related outcomes for academic staff in South African Higher Education Institutions
M Saurombe
North-West University, Mafikeng, South Africa, 2015
102015
Management Perspectives on a Talent Value Proposition for Academic Staff in a South African Higher Education Institution
M Saurombe, N Barkhuizen, N Schutte
19th Global Business and Technology Association Conference, 11-15 July 2017 …, 2017
82017
Tied Migrant Labor Market Integration: Deconstructing Labor Market Subjectivities in South Africa
F Zinatsa, M Saurombe
Frontiers in Psychology-Gender, Sex and Sexualities 13, 2022
72022
Determinants of a talent life cycle for academic staff in a higher education institution
M Saurombe, N Barkhuizen, N Schutte
International Journal of Business and Management Studies 6 (2), 279-294, 2017
52017
Talent Management as a predictor of positive work-related outcomes for academic staff in a Higher Education Institution
MD Saurombe
Unpublished Masters Dissertation]. North-West University, 2015
52015
A framework for the labour market integration of female accompanying spouses in South Africa
F Zinatsa, M Saurombe
South African Journal of Industrial Psychology 48, 2022
42022
Self-governing strategies of tied migrants in the South African labor market
F Zinatsa, M Saurombe
Journal of Global Business and Teachnology 18 (1), 40-55, 2022
3*2022
Governing policies and factors affecting the labor market integration of female accompanying spouses
M Saurombe, F Zinatsa
Frontiers in Sociology, 2023
22023
Evaluating the effectiveness of a social grant regulating framework in South Africa
N Mashaba, M Saurombe
Acta Commercii 23 (1), 2023
22023
East meets west: A comparative analysis of leadership styles in Canadian and Japanese wine industries
NE Schutte, MD Saurombe, C Vibert, EN Barkhuizen
International Journal of Economics and Finance Studies 11 (2), 2019
22019
Exploring the Determinants of a Talent Value Proposition for Sustainable Higher Education Institutions: A Conceptual Paper
MD Saurombe, EN Barkhuizen, NE Schutte
2017 Winter London Business Research Conference, 11 - 12 December 2017 …, 2017
22017
Female representation in technical roles within the performing arts industry
L Nkomo, MD Saurombe, ET Maziriri
Women's Empowerment for a Sustainable Future: Transcultural and Positive …, 2023
12023
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