Nico Schutte
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The factorial validity of the Maslach Burnout Inventory‐General Survey (MBI‐GS) across occupational groups and nations
N Schutte, S Toppinen, R Kalimo, W Schaufeli
Journal of Occupational and Organizational psychology 73 (1), 53-66, 2000
11222000
Talent management, work engagement and service quality orientation of support staff in a higher education institution
N Barkhuizen, P Mogwere, N Schutte
Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences 5 (4), 69-69, 2014
742014
The management side of talent: Causal implications for the retention of generation Y employees
L Du Plessis, N Barkhuizen, K Stanz, N Schutte
Journal of Applied Business Research (JABR) 31 (5), 1767-1780, 2015
632015
Talent management and leadership reciprocity: The case of the South African aviation industry
N Barkhuizen, G Welby-Cooke, N Schutte, K Stanz
Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences 5 (9), 11-11, 2014
462014
Knowledge management and sharing in local government: A social identity theory perspective
N Schutte, N Barkhuizen
Electronic Journal of Knowledge Management 13 (2), pp131‑142-pp131‑142, 2015
302015
Management perceptions of a higher educational brand for the attraction of talented academic staff
M Saurombe, EN Barkhuizen, NE Schutte
SA Journal of Human Resource Management 15 (1), 1-10, 2017
262017
Talent management of academics: balancing job demands and job resources
N Barkhuizen, E Roodt, N Schutte
Mediterranean journal of social sciences 5 (20), 2033-2033, 2014
212014
Rewards: A predictor of well-being and service quality of school principals in the North-West province
K Nthebe, N Barkhuizen, N Schutte
SA Journal of Human Resource Management 14 (1), 1-11, 2016
202016
The development of a strategic leadership competency measure for public sector leaders–a pilot study
N Schutte, N Barkhuizen
Development 2 (3), 21-29, 2016
162016
Exploring the current application of professional competencies in human resource management in the South African context
N Schutte, N Barkhuizen, L Van der Sluis
SA Journal of Human Resource Management 13 (1), 9, 2015
162015
Exploring the causal relationship between the antecedents and consequences of talent management for early career academics in South African higher education institutions
DL Lesenyeho, NE Barkhuizen, NE Schutte
SA Journal of Human Resource Management 16 (1), 1-10, 2018
142018
The development of a human resource management (HRM) professional competence model: A pilot study
N Schutte, N Barkhuizen, L Van der Sluis
Journal of Psychology in Africa 26 (3), 230-236, 2016
142016
Copyright for couture
L Schutte
Duke L. & Tech. Rev. 10, 1, 2010
142010
Talent management, motivation and service quality of support staff in a public higher education institution
N Barkhuizen, N Schutte, A Smit
Journal of Public Administration 50 (si-1), 658-673, 2015
132015
Talent management, organisational satisfaction and turnover intentions of academic staff
N Barkhuizen, N Schutte, L Nagel
Changing business environment: Gamechangers, opportunities and risks 4 (4 …, 2017
122017
The validation of a human resource management professional competence model for the South African context
N Schutte, N Barkhuizen, L Van der Sluis
SA Journal of Industrial Psychology 41 (1), 1-9, 2015
122015
The relationship between talent management and turnover intentions of teachers in Botswana
N Barkhuizen, E Diseko, N Schutte
Proceedings of International Academic Conferences, 2015
112015
Factors affecting entrepreneurial and economic growth: The Namibian case
N Schutte, N Barkhuizen
Proceedings of 26th International Business Research Conference. Imperial …, 2014
92014
Talent retention of academic staff in South African higher education institutions
N Barkhuizen, D Lesenyeho, N Schutte
International Journal of Business and Management Studies 12 (1), 191-207, 2020
82020
Creating public service excellence applying learning organisation methods: The role of strategic leadership
N Schutte, N Barkhuizen
Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences 5 (4), 159, 2014
82014
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