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Melinde Coetzee
University of South Africa
PsychologyManagementCareer developmentApplied psychologySocial psychology
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#1Khatoon Gani (UNISA: University of South Africa)
#2Ingrid L. Potgieter (UNISA: University of South Africa)H-Index: 6
Last. Melinde Coetzee (UNISA: University of South Africa)H-Index: 23
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This study explored the explanatory power of psychological dispositions of agency (i.e. employability attributes and organisational commitment) in relation to employees’ satisfaction with organisat...
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#1Alda Deas (UNISA: University of South Africa)
#2Melinde Coetzee (UNISA: University of South Africa)H-Index: 23
Retaining employees is a major concern for higher education institutions which are constantly on the lookout for new and innovative ways of retaining knowledge workers. Previous research has highlighted compensation, training and development opportunities, supervisor support, and career opportunities as important retention factors, especially in the context of higher education (Deas 2017). This study consequently explored the interaction effect between employees’ perceptions of the psychological...
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#1Melinde Coetzee (UNISA: University of South Africa)H-Index: 23
#2Ndayiziveyi Takawira (UNISA: University of South Africa)H-Index: 2
Women’s career development is seen to be complex, and more research is needed to gain more knowledge about the psychosocial factors that influence the career satisfaction of professional women. The current research explored the interplay between career adaptability and psychosocial career preoccupations to explain the variance in levels of career satisfaction. Data were collected from a random sample (N = 576) of professional women in scarce skills fields in the South African organisational cont...
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#1Melinde Coetzee (UNISA: University of South Africa)H-Index: 23
#2Nadia Ferreira (UNISA: University of South Africa)H-Index: 7
Last. Ingrid L. Potgieter (UNISA: University of South Africa)H-Index: 6
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Background: Little is known about when (under which mindset conditions) graduate workers’ self-confidence in gaining employment increases. Objective: The current study explored the interaction effects between employers’ importance attached to graduate workers’ graduateness and employability qualities, and graduate workers’ mindsets of marketability, entrepreneurial orientation and networking or job search orientation in predicting their self-confidence in gaining employment. Method: The study wa...
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#1Melinde Coetzee (UNISA: University of South Africa)H-Index: 23
Future-proofing individuals for sustainable and meaningful careers amid the challenges and demands posed by Industry 4.0 , calls for a critical review of enabling career self-management capabilities. The objective of the chapter is to offer an analytical assessment of the role of psychosocial career capabilities in individuals’ self-directed career management and the relevance of these capabilities in facilitating future-fit careers. The chapter presents a thematic synthesis of the careers liter...
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Purpose The purpose of this paper is to explore the association of harmonious work passion with career satisfaction, while probing the mediating role of employees’ psychological career resources and career preoccupations as important psychosocial career mechanisms in this association. Design/methodology/approach This paper is a cross-sectional quantitative study comprising a sample of (n = 550) employees in various South African organisations. Findings The current study found that individuals’ c...
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#1Melinde Coetzee (UNISA: University of South Africa)H-Index: 23
#2Louise Engelbrecht (UNISA: University of South Africa)H-Index: 1
The study examines employability attributes as psychological mechanisms that explain the link between the career adaptation concerns and self-perceived employability of a sample of professionally q...
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#1Ndayiziveyi Takawira (UNISA: University of South Africa)H-Index: 2
#2Melinde Coetzee (UNISA: University of South Africa)H-Index: 23
The study examined the role psychosocial resources play in enhancing perceptions of support and career satisfaction among professional women. The participants were a purposive sample of 606 profess...
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#1Elzabé Nel (UNISA: University of South Africa)H-Index: 2
#2Melinde Coetzee (UNISA: University of South Africa)H-Index: 23
Flourishing in the workplace can bring about various positive outcomes for individual and organizational well-being. This study explored the interactional effect of workplace bullying on the relati...
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