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Co‐workers' voice climate and affective commitment towards the team: A test of mediation and moderation

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Bibliographic reference Ohana, Marc ; Stinglhamber, Florence. Co‐workers' voice climate and affective commitment towards the team: A test of mediation and moderation. In: Human Resource Management Journal, Vol. 29, no.3, p. 395-412 (2019)
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