The Effect of Human Resource Practices on Burn-Out and the Mediating Role of Perceived Organizational Justice
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- Stephen J. Frenkel & Min Li & Simon Lloyd D. Restubog, 2012. "Management, Organizational Justice and Emotional Exhaustion among Chinese Migrant Workers: Evidence from two Manufacturing Firms," British Journal of Industrial Relations, London School of Economics, vol. 50(1), pages 121-147, March.
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KeywordsHuman Resource Practices; Perceived Organizational Justice; Burnout;
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