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MokgataMatjie | Psychology | Best Researcher Award

Prof. MokgataMatjie,University of Limpopo, South Africa

πŸŽ“ Dr. M.A. Matjie is an Associate Professor of HRM at the University of Limpopo since June 2024. Previously, he was a Senior Lecturer at UNISA, where he also served as a Lecturer. He holds a DTech in Labour Relations Management and an MCom in Industrial Psychology, cum laude. Dr. Matjie is an accomplished author, publishing several notable works, including “Employment Relations in South Africa: A psychological perspective”. His research spans industrial psychology and labor relations. He actively contributes to academic committees and supervises numerous postgraduate students. Dr. Matjie is registered with HPCSA and SABPP, bringing significant expertise to his field. πŸ“šβœ¨

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πŸŽ“Β Dr. M.A. MatjieΒ holds a DTech in Labour Relations Management (2021) and an MCom in Industrial Psychology, cum laude, from UNISA (2018). Additionally, he earned his MADMIN, BADMIN Hons, and BADMIN from the University of Limpopo. Dr. Matjie also possesses various certificates, including Advanced Labour Law, Skills Development Facilitator, Moderator, Assessor, Cross-examination, and Labour Administration. He has been recognized for his academic excellence, receiving multiple top student awards throughout his educational journey, and has authored a widely prescribed textbook for UNISA.Β πŸ“˜πŸŒŸ


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Dr. M.A. Matjie’s research primarily centers on industrial and organizational psychology, with a keen interest in the psychological aspects of employment relations, performance management, and the roles of industrial psychologists within forensic contexts. His work explores the challenges and experiences of employees, particularly focusing on shop stewards and female employees in South African trade unions. Dr. Matjie is also invested in developing theoretical frameworks for conflict management and employee engagement, aiming to enhance workplace dynamics and organizational effectiveness through empirical research and applied psychology. πŸ“ŠπŸ’Ό

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MokgataMatjie | Psychology | Best Researcher Award

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