An empirical examination of the construct validity of the Rizzo, House and Lirtzman role scales: toward a clarification of the nature of role conflict
Robert J. House, Eliahu Levanoni, Randall S. Schuler, University of Toronto. Faculty of Management Studies
Faculty of Management Studies, University of Toronto - Business & Economics - 68 pages
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