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  • Job demands and work-related psychological responses among Malaysian technical workers: The moderating effects of self-efficacy

    Panatik, Siti A.; O’Driscoll, Michael P.; Anderson, Marc Howard (Routledge, 2011)
    Job design has long been found to affect the work-related psychological responses of employees, such as psychological strain, job satisfaction, and turnover intentions, but scholars have begun to question whether established ...
  • Job Desire and Motivation: Response Distortion in Personality Assessment

    Roess, Michaella Delphine (University of Waikato, 2014)
    This study examined personality response distortion based on an individual‟s job desire within a personnel selection scenario. The aim was to determine the extent to which job desire affected individuals‟ responses to a ...
  • Job vacancy monitoring in New Zealand

    Silverstone, Brian; Wall, Victoria (Waikato Management School, 2009-01)
    The now widespread use of the internet as a source of information on job vacancies may have undermined the usefulness of newspaper advertisements - and possibly surveys - as the traditional sources of timely, cost-effective ...
  • A job, a dream or a trap? Multiple meanings for encore careers

    Simpson, Mary Louisa; Richardson, Margaret Ann; Zorn, Theodore E. (Sage, 2012)
    Governments and activists are interested in the ageing workforce, as both a problem and, potentially, an asset. Terms such as ‘positive ageing’ and ‘successful ageing’ are increasingly used rhetorically to (re)frame the ...
  • Job-related stress and burnout

    O’Driscoll, Michael P.; Cooper, Cary L. (Penguin Group, 2002)
    Occupational stress is a topic of substantial interest to organizational researchers and managers, as well as society at large. Stress arising from work conditions can be pervasive and significant in its impact on individuals, ...
  • John A. Westgate - Global tephrochronologist, stratigrapher, mentor

    Froese, Duane G.; Alloway, Brent V.; Lowe, David J. (Elsevier, 2008)
    The growth of tephra studies and tephrochronology as a field of research in the last four decades owes an enormous debt to the contributions of John Westgate. John has been one of the clear leaders of this field over this ...
  • John Allan Dobson: a Te Aroha mine manager

    Hart, Philip (Historical Research Unit, University of Waikato, 2016)
    Born in 1830, Dobson was a life-long miner, first in Victoria and then Otago, Coromandel, Te Aroha (notable in the Tui district), and on other Hauraki fields. In 1882 he erected a boarding house in Te Aroha, on temperance ...
  • John Bernard Kilian: a Waiorongomai publican and his family

    Hart, Philip (Historical Research Unit, University of Waikato, 2016)
    The Kilian family arrived in New Zealand from Capetown in 1864. Although a carpenter, Kilian moved to the new Thames goldfield four years later and was, briefly, a miner and a mining investor. Having returned to Auckland, ...
  • John Mcsweeney: labourer, miner, farmer, publican

    Hart, Philip (Historical Research Unit, University of Waikato, 2016)
    John McSweeney was important in the history of Te Aroha mining because he assisted Hone Werahiko in the latter’s initial prospecting of the mountain. During the Te Aroha rush he invested in some claims, and later invested ...
  • John Squirrell: a farmer and storekeeper who mined (briefly) at Te Aroha

    Hart, Philip (Historical Research Unit, University of Waikato, 2016)
    An English merchant’s clerk, some years after his wife’s death John Squirrell brought his sister and daughters to New Zealand to settle in the new Shaftesbury settlement, upriver from Te Aroha. His letters to English ...
  • John Watson Walker: a leading mine manager

    Hart, Philip (Historical Research Unit, University of Waikato, 2016)
    After successfully mining in Victoria, in 1869 John Watson Walker was invited to report on Thames mines, and subsequently was asked to stay on as a mine manager. Despite his high reputation as both a manager and company ...
  • John William Richard Guilding

    Hart, Philip (Historical Research Unit, University of Waikato, 2016)
    Born in Auckland in 1842, by his late teenage years John William Richard Guilding was trading with Maori in the Piako district. Protected by a rangatira, he established a store at Kerepehi, but despite being known to be ...
  • Joins of subalgebras and normals in 0-regular varieties

    Stokes, Tim E.; McConnell, N. R. (Springer Basel, 2015)
    In any 0-normal variety (0-regular variety in which {0} is a subalgebra), every congruence class containing 0 is a subalgebra. These “normal subalgebras” of a fixed algebra constitute a lattice, isomorphic to its congruence ...
  • Joint impacts of immigration on wages and employment: review and meta-analysis

    Longhi, S.; Nijkamp, Peter; Poot, Jacques (Springer, 2010)
    A burgeoning literature has emerged during the last two decades to assess the economic impacts of immigration on host countries. In this paper, we outline the quantitative approaches presented in the literature to estimate ...
  • Joseph Campbell and his thermo-hyperphoric process

    Hart, Philip (Historical Research Unit, University of Waikato, 2016)
    Joseph Campbell was both an Anglican clergyman and a scientist, with a preference for the latter. Actively involved in educating the masses in scientific matters, and particularly those, like miners, with particular problems ...
  • Joseph Harris Smallman

    Hart, Philip (Historical Research Unit, University of Waikato, 2016)
    Born to a mining agent and trained as a mining surveyor, in 1864, less than a year after the birth of his first child, Smallman left England for New Zealand to establish a ‘Mining business’, promising that his family would ...
  • Joseph W. Kemp and the impact of American fundamentalism in New Zealand

    Simpson, Jane Mary Ramsay (University of Waikato, 1987)
    The contemporary rise of within conservative Christianity observers puzzled. Although the group, the Coalition of Concerned with the American 'Moral Majority', politically-active fundamentalism in New Zealand has left many ...
  • Journalists in New Zealand

    Hollings, James; Lealand, Geoff (Taylor & Francis, 2012)
    Many of the changes in journalism in the past 10 years have global ramifications beyond their impact on journalism in a small South Pacific nation of 4 million people. Such changes include the impact of technological ...
  • A Journey Beyond the Bars: Participants' Experiences of Psychological Treatment in a Prison Setting

    Terrill, Damian James (University of Waikato, 2010)
    This study explored the experiences of high-risk male offenders at varying stages of a prison-based residential rehabilitation programme. Information was elicited by means of 1:1 semi-structured interviews with three adult ...
  • The journey of leaders: Planned or unplanned?

    Ryan, Nicole (The University of Waikato, 2010)
    According to Ren-Etta Sullivan (2003) pathways that lead to career progression within the early childhood education sector are unclear. Furthermore it seems that there is a lack of research which underpins leadership theory ...