Nasima MH Carrim
TitleCited byYear
The relationship between job satisfaction and locus of control in a South African call centre environment
J Basson, M Coetzee, N Carrim
South African Journal of Labour Relations 30 (2), 66-81, 2006
592006
Wedding intersectionality theory and identity work in organizations: South African Indian women negotiating managerial identity
NMH Carrim, SM Nkomo
Gender, Work & Organization 23 (3), 261-277, 2016
422016
Human resource management as a profession in South Africa
H Van Rensburg, JS Basson, NMH Carrim
SA Journal of Human Resource Management 9 (1), 1-15, 2011
182011
Creating a learning climate: a South African study
NMH Carrim, JS Basson
The Learning Organization: An International Journal 20 (1), 6-19, 2013
112013
“Who am I?”-South African Indian women managers’ struggle for identity: escaping the ubiquitous cage
NMH Carrim
University of Pretoria, 2012
92012
The relationship amongst locus of control, self-determination and job satisfaction in call centres
NMH Carrim
University of Pretoria, 2012
82012
The establishment and early history of the South African Board for People Practices (SABPP), 1977-1991
H Van Rensburg, NMH Carrim, JS Basson
SA Journal of Human Resource Management 9 (1), 1-12, 2011
82011
Indian husbands' support of their wives' upward mobility in corporate South Africa: Wives' perspectives
SF Ahmed, NMH Carrim
SA Journal of Industrial Psychology 42 (1), 1-13, 2016
72016
‘Shh… quiet! Here they come.’Black employees as targets of office gossip
NMH Carrim
Journal of Psychology in Africa 26 (2), 180-185, 2016
62016
Stepping out of the fish tank: Ethnic identity work of Indian parents
N Mohamed Hoosen Carrim
Journal of Family Issues 37 (16), 2368-2392, 2016
52016
Managing religious diversity in the South African workplace
NMH Carrim
Managing Religious Diversity in the Workplace, 135-158, 2016
52016
New’men and ‘new’women: Cultural identity work of husbands and wives related to housework and childcare
NMH Carrim
Asian Social Science 13 (11), 1-12, 2017
32017
Challenges faced by South African human resource practitioners in multinational corporations
NMH Carrim, Y Senne
Handbook of research on impacts of international business and political …, 2016
32016
The in-betweeners: Racio-ethnic and masculine identity work of Indian male managers in the South African private sector
NMH Carrim
The Journal of Men’s Studies 27 (1), 3-23, 2019
22019
Gender and cultural identity work of unmarried Indian breadwinner daughters in South Africa
NMH Carrim
Journal of Comparative Family Studies 47 (4), 441-462, 2016
22016
Entering a new world: the identity work of older South african indian male entrepreneurs in the digital era
NMH Carrim
Disruptive Technology: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools, and Applications, 125-147, 2020
12020
Behind the Mask: Hybrid Identity Work of Indian Women Managers in Corporate South Africa
NMH Carrim
African and Asian Studies 17 (4), 371-393, 2018
12018
In 1000 words:# TimeIsUp, Academics and Organization Studies
N Aumais, J Basque, NMH Carrim, M Daskalaki, L Dorion, J Garneau, ...
M@ n@ gement 21 (3), 1080-1117, 2018
12018
Muslim identity in corporate South Africa: A reflexive approach
N Carrim
Muslim minorities, workplace diversity and reflexive HRM, 77-94, 2017
12017
The gender, racio-ethnic and professional identity work of an Indian woman entrepreneur in South Africa
NMH Carrim
Indian women as entrepreneurs, 133-153, 2016
12016
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