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Research outputs: LABOUR FORCE
This paper estimates the effect of self-assessed health (SAH) on labour force participation (LFP) in South Africa. This is motivated by a hi...
This paper analyses the contemporary non-standard employment and labour unrest in South Africa, with special emphasis on the South African P...
2008 Failure to transform the role of qualifications in changing the demographic profile of managers in South African workplaces
The key purpose of this paper is to explore the extent to which formal qualifications profiles may explain the dominance of white males in t...