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Aida Margelytė-Pleskienė and Jolita Vveinhardt

. Halbesleben, K. L., Tolbert, C. M. (2014). Small, Local, and Loyal: How Firm Attributes Affect Workers’ Organizational Commitment // Local Economy. Vol. 29, No. 8, pp. 795–809. doi10.1177/0269094214556980 45. Han, J., Woo, H., Ju, E., Lim, S., Han, S. (2013). Effects of Nurses’ Social Capital on Turnover Intention: Focused on the Mediating Effects Organizational Commitment and Organizational Cynicism // Journal of Korean Academy of Nursing. Vol. 43, No. 4, pp. 517–525. doi: 10.4040/jkan.2013.43.4.517 46. Jena, L. K., Bhattacharyya, P., Pradhan, S. (2017

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Margaret Heffernan and Eoin Rochford

also use their networks to overcome job uncertainty ( Burkhardt and Brass, 1990 ; Rice and Aydin, 1991 ). Social networks can help or hinder employer efforts to promote psychological contracts that are mutually beneficial to both employees and the employer. The two network influence mechanisms being investigated in this paper draw on the recent work of Dabos and Rousseau (2013) and are (1) social status and (2) local ties/connectedness. Social status looks at network position – specifically the position each individual holds in the larger informal network or