DIE INVLOED VAN STRES OP DIE GEHALTE VAN WERKLEWE AAN ’N TERSIÊRE OPLEIDINGSINSTELLING

  • Rina Buys Departement Maatskaplike Werk en Kriminologie, Universiteit van Pretoria, Pretoria, Suid-Afrika.
  • Lourie Terblanche Departement Maatskaplike Werk en Kriminologie, Universiteit van Pretoria, Pretoria, Suid-Afrika.

Abstract

“Sukses” word gemeet aan die effektiewe bydrae wat elkeen maak ter bevordering van diefunksionering van sy/haar werk, gesin en die breë gemeenskap (Burud & Tumulo, 2004:31;Cascio, 2003:31,672).

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