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DO NON-WORK PRACTICES IN MNCs OPERATING IN INDIA IMPACT ORGANIZATIONAL COMMITMENT?

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  • Richa Awasthy
  • Rajen K. Gupta

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  • Richa Awasthy & Rajen K. Gupta, 2011. "DO NON-WORK PRACTICES IN MNCs OPERATING IN INDIA IMPACT ORGANIZATIONAL COMMITMENT?," Organizations and Markets in Emerging Economies, Faculty of Economics, Vilnius University, vol. 2(2).
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