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The impact of work engagement and workaholism on well-being-the role of work-related social support

Bibliographic reference Caesens, Gaëtane ; Luypaert, Gaylord ; Stinglhamber, Florence. The impact of work engagement and workaholism on well-being-the role of work-related social support. In: Career Development International, Vol. 19, no. 7, p. 813-835 (2014)
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