The harm indicators of negative externality of efficiency focused organizational practices
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KeywordsHuman resource management; Employees behaviour; Working practices; Sustainability in management; Sustainable human resources management; Social issues in management; Negative externality of organizational practices; Harm of negative externality; Costs of negative externality of HRM practices;
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