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Melinde Coetzee
University of South Africa
152Publications
22H-index
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#1Melinde Coetzee (UNISA: University of South Africa)H-Index: 22
#2Marais Salemon Bester (UNISA: University of South Africa)
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...
#1Melinde Coetzee (UNISA: University of South Africa)H-Index: 22
#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...
#1Ndayiziveyi Takawira (UNISA: University of South Africa)H-Index: 2
#2Melinde Coetzee (UNISA: University of South Africa)H-Index: 22
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...
#1Rudolf M. Oosthuizen (UNISA: University of South Africa)H-Index: 7
#2Melinde Coetzee (UNISA: University of South Africa)H-Index: 22
Last.Z. Munro (UNISA: University of South Africa)
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Talent retention is of particular concern in the information technology (IT) sector owing to globalisation, the skills shortage and rapidly advancing technology. Employee turnover has signifi cant costs and negative consequences for organisations. The objective of this study was to explore the association between employees’ experiences of work-life balance (as measured by the Survey Work-Home Interaction- Nijmegen), job satisfaction (as measured by the Minnesota Satisfaction Questionnaire) and t...
#1Melinde Coetzee (UNISA: University of South Africa)H-Index: 22
#2Nadia Ferreira (UNISA: University of South Africa)H-Index: 6
Last.Ingrid Lorraine Potgieter (UNISA: University of South Africa)H-Index: 5
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Orientation: Employees’ psychological attachment to their organisation remains an important topic of inquiry for organisations concerned about improving their talent management practices for the purpose of retaining valuable human capital. Research purpose: The aim of the study was to explore the constructs of job-embedded sacrifice, workplace friendship and career concerns as potential underlying explanatory mechanisms of employees’ affective, continuance and normative commitment towards the or...
#1Melinde Coetzee (UNISA: University of South Africa)H-Index: 22
#2Ingrid Lorraine Potgieter (UNISA: University of South Africa)H-Index: 5
Companies striving to retain their competitive edge in a highly turbulent business environment are redirecting their performance and career management systems to develop and retain their talent pipeline. The study examines the mediating effect of general selfesteem on the link between the career self-management and career resilience of a non-probability sample of 304 early-career employees in the business management field. A cross-sectional quantitative survey design was followed, collecting pri...
#1Melinde Coetzee (UNISA: University of South Africa)H-Index: 22
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...
#1Melinde Coetzee (UNISA: University of South Africa)H-Index: 22
#2Nadia Ferreira (UNISA: University of South Africa)H-Index: 6
Last.Ingrid Lorraine Potgieter (UNISA: University of South Africa)H-Index: 5
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“Future-fit career wellbeing is about building a future narrative that articulates a vision of the future work self in relation to historical versus shifting circumstances and the opportunities and professional options perceived by the individual. Opportunities and options are generated by the individual as a professional intrapreneurial evolving self, and as a positive, proactive agent capable of crafting a sustainable career in unprecedented times of evolutionary technological change and trans...
Psychological safety is explored as a key mechanism enabling thriving in workplaces that are becoming increasingly digital. The objective of the chapter is to present tentative propositions about how an organisational climate of psychological safety supports human thriving in technologically evolving work contexts. The debate offered in the chapter is novel by integrating living systems theory and the classical self-determination theory to extend the conceptualisation of human thriving through t...
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