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International differences in job satisfaction : an 11-nation comparison / Ken Reed
Bib ID 1610571
Format BookBook
Author
Reed, Ken
 
Description Caulfield East, Victoria : Faculty of Business and Economics, Monash University, 1997 
10 p. ; 30 cm. 
Series

Working paper series (Monash University. Department of Management) 27/9.

Notes

"April 1997".

Bibliography : p. 9-10.

Subjects Job satisfaction.
Other authors/contributors Monash University. Department of Management

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