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Organisational culture and the SAAP program / Cassandra Austin
Bib ID 1540440
Format BookBook
Author
Austin, Cassandra, 1969-
 
Description Melbourne, Vic. : Council to Homeless Persons, 1995 
1 v. 
ISBN 0646260235
Notes

Bibliography.

Subjects Supported Accommodation Assistance Program (Australia)  |  Homeless persons -- Services for -- Australia.  |  Corporate culture -- Australia.  |  Organizational behavior -- Australia.
Other authors/contributors Council to Homeless Persons (Vic.)
Available From Health and Community Services, Level 20, 555 Collins St, Melbourne VIC 3000 

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