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The SA Journal of Human Resource Management provides a forum for cutting-edge, peer reviewed research in all fields related to the exploration of issues and experiences relating to employment studies and people management.

Editor-in-Chief: Karel Stanz, University of Pretoria, South Africa.

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Since 2012, the Journal has been taking part in plagiarism detection initiatives. In the event of suspected plagiarism in submitted works iThenticate, is available to the editors of the SA Journal of Human Resource Management to detect instances of overlapping and similar text. We kindly ask authors to scrutinise their text to ensure all work is properly cited, before online submission to the journal.

Call for Papers

Theme: Technology in the African workplace: Context, issues, trends, best practices and challenges. We welcome original scientific articles, reports, position papers and reviews that will contribute new knowledge about, insights into and conversation around usage of technology in the African workplace. Deadline for online submission: 29 July 2016. Read call for Papers >>

Latest articles

 
Original Research
Retention of women accountants: The interaction of job demands and job resources
Stella Ribeiro, Anita Bosch, Jurgen Becker
Vol 14, No 1 (2016), 11 pages
 
Published: 2016-05-26

 
Original Research
‘Publish or perish’: Family life and academic research productivity
Chris W. Callaghan
Vol 14, No 1 (2016), 9 pages
 
Published: 2016-05-16

 
Original Research
Career adaptability and employee engagement of adults employed in an insurance company: An exploratory study
Rebecca Tladinyane, Marna van der Merwe
Vol 14, No 1 (2016), 9 pages
 
Published: 2016-05-16

 
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ISSN: 1683-7584 (print) | ISSN: 2071-078X (online)


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