Document Type Master's Dissertation Author Bonehill, Jason email@example.com URN etd-10062012-124855 Document Title HR consultant wellness in the South African working environment Degree MCom Department Human Resource Management Supervisor
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Date 2012-04-12 Availability unrestricted AbstractThis dissertation focuses on the positive and negative influences on wellness in the South African working environment, as well as three of the aspects that constitute today’s modern definition of wellness, namely: psychological, social, and physical wellness, as perceived by HR consultants in the target organisation. The results of the study determine what the main positive and negative influences on the wellness of HR Consultants were as perceived by the study’s participants. Nature of the Job, State of Mind, and Relationships are some of the most significant identified categories because they best reflect what is perceived to affect each aspect of HR Consultant wellness in the working environment.
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