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Perceived Organizational Support, Stress Coping Behaviors and Mediating Role of Psychological Capital: Special Education and Rehabilitation Centers

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Temporary Employees’ Assessment of Onboarding

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Employers’ Perceptions of Business and Economics Graduates’ Competencies in Croatia

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Institutionalizing accrual budgeting and accounting through a uniform legislation: Une expérience á la Camerounaise

exerted by providers of funds, particularly in times of fiscal stress, leading to resource dependency where organizations confront numerous and incompatible demands from varied external factors. For example, the IMF and WB impose certain conditionality including accrual financial reporting by recipient countries. The normative pressure is exhibited when an organisation seeks for legitimacy by adopting practices that are generally accepted by the society ( Kostova, Roth, & Dacin, 2008 ). The normative pressure is derived from wider institutional environment

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The Unemployed Workers’ Perceptions of Stress and Employment Prospects in Macedonia: The Role of Alternative Adjustment Mechanisms

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Work Alienation as a Mediator of the Relationship of Procedural Injustice to Job Stress

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The Effects of Personal and Organizational Resources on Work and Well-Being Outcomes among Turkish Nurses

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Case Study about Germans and Thais: Impact of Locus of Control and Organization-Based Self-Esteem on Affective Organizational Commitment & Job Performance

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Choice Under Uncertainty: The Settlement Decisions of Serbian Self-Initiated Expatriates in the United States

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Providing Research Data Management (RDM) Services in Libraries: Preparedness, Roles, Challenges, and Training for RDM Practice

“university/college,” “government agency,” “non-academic health sector,” and “others.” For this particular variable, we were interested in comparing participants from academic settings with those who were outside academia. The remaining two independent variables were levels of preparedness in providing RDM services and the degree of development that participants perceived that their institutional RDM services belonged. These two variables are related to RDM maturity ( Cox et al., 2017 ), which are good indicators of the differences in RDM services. The dependent variables

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