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Research data: WORKPLACE
2017 Incentives for HIV testing at the workplace in the automotive industry in the Nelson Mandela Bay municipality: ethical considerations
Comprehensive HIV and AIDS workplace programmes made use of substantial lottery incentives in HIV counselling and testing drives to promote ...
2017 What works in HIV and AIDS and the world of work in the South African and Namibian tourism industry at selected country sites: country report: South Africa
The overall aim of this study was to investigate, in terms of the ILO Code of Practice on HIV/AIDS and the world of work (2001), ILO HIV and...Download this report
Gender inequality in the workplace continues to be one of the most challenging issues to deal with in South African society where patriarchy...
Qualification mismatches, defined as discrepancies between the qualifications held by workers and those required by their jobs, have been a ...