Mr Lyle Markham
Position
Lecturer
Department
Industrial Psychology
Address
FGG 241
Industrial Psychology
IB 23
Telephone
051 401 2337
Office
Flippie Groenewoud Building: Block D 241
Information

Short CV

Lyle Markham was born and raised in Kimberley, South Africa. I graduated from the University of the Free State in 2002 and completed his B. A. Honours (Industrial Psychology) in 2003. While studying, I was also the president of the Golden Key International Honours Society. Golden Key recognizes the top 15 percent of students on campus. I am currently lecturing in the field of Human Resource Management and Research Methodology. I am also involved at the University’s School of Management lecturing in HR and Business Ethics. I am currently completing my Masters degree titled “Quality of work life as a predicator of mental health in the workplace”.
 

INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCES ATTENDED:

7th – 9th September 2004 – Stellenbosch (South Africa) – International Conference on Contemporary Management.
21st - 22nd September 2006 – Sydney (Australia) – International Conference on Contemporary Business.

PAPERS PRESENTED:

7th – 9th September 2004 – Stellenbosch (South Africa) “The prediction of mental health by means of quality of wok life”
21st - 22nd September 2006 – Sydney (Australia) – “ The relationship between ethical behaviour and personality traits among managers in the public sector”.

PUBLICATIONS:

Co author of a new human resource management textbook for first year students.
Title: Human Resource Management: Fresh Perspectives (2006)

The following chapters were written by me:
Chapter 6: Are you doing a good job? (Performance Appraisal)
Chapter 8: Being rewarded for doing a good job. (Compensation and Benefits)

Publications

Hoofstukke in Boeke
Views from the south: Human Resource Management (2005) Pearson Education: Cape Town. Chapter 3: Jobs; Chapter 4: Getting the Job; Lyle Markham and Ronel Kleynhans share Chapter 9: Safety and Health.

Hoofstukke in Boeke
Views from the south: Human Resource Management (2005) Pearson Education: Cape Town. Chapter 6: Performance Appraisal; Chapter 8: Compensation and Benefits; Chapter 9: Health and Safety in the Work Place

Area(s) of Interest

Human Resource Management
Employee and Employer Relations
Training and Development
Research Methodology

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FACULTY CONTACT

Ms Lizette Pretorius
+27 51 401 2173
+27 51 444 5465

E: lpretorius@ufs.ac.za

Internal Box 11, UFS
PO Box 339, Bloemfontein, 9300

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