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The case study was written to be used as a teaching case study in the context of Human Resources, Business Sustainability and Corporate Social Investment.
The effectiveness and viability of the Kuyasa / Rhodes partnership will highlight acceptance and or non acceptance of people with disability by the non-disabled workforce.
This case study will highlight CSI linkages that lead to staff retention, higher job satisfaction, lower turnover of staff, enhanced community engagement, creating opportunities that accommodate people with special needs, developing models that can be replicated in other organisations, creating additional opportunities for existing staff.
Metcalf (2008:61) suggests that organisations need to ensure that the leadership and organisation culture within organisations is appropriate to engage staff with disabilities and non-disabled staff, and that their most senior managers demonstrate their commitment to develop, and help others develop, in the same way.
The Kuyasa Rhodes Partnership may have started off as a Retention Strategy, however has given rise to a social initiative that can be replicated in other enabling organisations.
Jayalaskshmi Pillay is currently the Deputy Director for Residential Operations at Rhodes University.
Her MBA is from Rhodes Business School in Grahamstown, South Africa.
She wrote this case study as her MBA dissertation.
She is currently reading for her Doctorate in Business Administration in Higher Education Management at University of Bath.
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