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1. Assessment Of Employee Perceptions On Decentralisation Of Shared Services: A Case Study Of World Agroforestry Centre, ICRAF
2. An Empirical Study Of The Impact Of Inclusive Leadership On Employee Attitudes And Behavior
3. Research On The Effect Of Employment Relationship Mode On Employees’ Attitudes
4. Research On The Impact Of Values On The Relationship Between Enviroment And Employee Attitudes
5. The Effect Of Moods On The Information Processing Model And Consumers’ Attitudes
6. An Empirical Study Of The Relationships Of Knowledge Workers’ Calling, Career Commitment And Job Attitudes
7. Performance And Challenges Of Drought Insurance Contracts In Tanzania
8. Study On The Effect Of Good Corporate Reputation In Different Product Harm Crisis Scenarios
9. Research On Integrated Marketing Communications Of Country Image Based On The Dual Attitudes Model
10. Correction And Empirical Study On CVM Hypothetical Bias Based On Cheap Talk
11. Development Of An Attitude Measurement Framework For Information Technology:A Study To Curb The Digital Divide In Mauritius
12. The Mechanism And Intervention Of Family Supportive Supervisor On Employees’ Work Attitudes And Work Engagement
13. The Cross-Cultural Career Development Process Of Self-initiated Expatriates’ With Global Work Experiences
14. Study On Public Attitudes And Pubilc Participation Mechanism Of Road Toll Policy
15. Study On The Influence Of Psychological Capital On Work Attitudes And Behaviors Of Employees In Hospitality Industry Of China
16. Study On Investor Risk Attitudes In The Small-Medium Enterprise Board
17. Research The Relationship Between Cognition Of Organizational Change, Employees Trust, Stress Management Strategy And Work Attitudes In The Public Section
18. Comparative Study Of The Determinants And Performance Of Opportunity And Necessity Entrepreneurship
19. Research On Residents' Perceptions And Attitudes Toward Tourism In Tourist Destinations
20. A Hangzhou Case Study Of Consumers' Attitudes And Associated Factors Towards Cause-Related Marketing
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