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The curvilinear effect of work engagement on employees' turnover intentions

Bibliographic reference Caesens, Gaëtane ; Stinglhamber, Florence ; Marmier, Virginie. The curvilinear effect of work engagement on employees' turnover intentions. In: International Journal of Psychology, Vol. 51, no. 2, p. 150-155 (2016)
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