Different Age Groups’ Response To Employment Equity Practices

@inproceedings{Walbrugh2003DifferentAG,
  title={Different Age Groups’ Response To Employment Equity Practices},
  author={Ashley Walbrugh and Gert Roodt},
  year={2003}
}
The focus of this article is on response differences with regard to employment equity practices within nine South African companies from different industries, as well as whether the Employment Equity Questionnaire is a reliable tool for measuring employment equity practices. A convenience sample of 4729 participants in the field survey provided the secondary data for this study. The Employment Equity Questionnaire yielded a high Alpha coefficient of 0,96. The main findings were that differences… CONTINUE READING

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