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REFERENCES Ancarani, A. Di Mauro, C. & Giammanco, M. D. (2019) Linking Organizational Climate to Work Engagement: A Study in the Healthcare Sector, International Journal of Public Administration, 42: (7), 547-557. http://doi.org/10.1080/01900692.2018.1491595 Bakker, A. B. (2011). An Evidence-Based Model of Work Engagement. Current Directions in Psychological Science, 20(4), 265–269. http://doi.org/10.1177/096372141141453 Brown, S. P. & Leigh, T. (1996). A new look at psychological climate and its relationship to job involvement. Journal of Applied Psychology

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References [1] Choo Ling Suan, Aizzat Mohd Nasurdin, 2016. Supervisor Support and Work Engagement of Hotel Employees in Malaysia: Is it Different for Men and Women? Gender in Management: An International Journal, 31(1), pp.2-18, https://doi.org/10.1108/GM-11-2014-0105. [2] Christian, M.S., Garza, A.S., Slaughter, J.E., 2011. Work Engagement: A Quantitative Re-view a Test of Its Relations with Task and Con-textual Performance. Personnel Psychology, 64(1), pp.89-136. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/ j.1744-6570.2010.01203.x. [3] Clampitt, P.G., 2005. Communicating for

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, in terms of publication date range and databases used in order to extract relevant articles. Thus, it continues to drive the explorative conversation around the construct of engagement in research. The review includes only peer-reviewed articles from three databases: EBSCO (Business Searching Interface), Emerald, and ProQuest (ABI/INFORM Collection). The search was confined to English language publications that contained the expression “employee engagement” or “work engagement” in the abstract, the most frequent keywords used to describe the analyzed construct

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