Emerging Perspectives on Values in Organizations
Stephen Gilliland, Dirk Douglas Steiner, Daniel Skarlicki
IAP, 2003 - Business & Economics - 226 pages
The authors define values as higher-order evaluative standards associated with desirable means and ends of action. They present papers that look a ways to view values in relation to perceptions of fairness in organizations and explore work-related values, their antecedents, and consequences. Theor
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