Can creativity, responsibility and skills guarantee better job performance of pharmacists? a cross–sectional study from Pakistan

@inproceedings{Malik2018CanCR,
  title={Can creativity, responsibility and skills guarantee better job performance of pharmacists? a cross–sectional study from Pakistan},
  author={Madeeha Malik and Anina Qureshi and Azhar Hussain},
  year={2018}
}
Job performance is considered as a multi dimensional concept describing the extent to which employees fulfill their responsibilities by using their creativity productivity and problem solving skills The present study was designed to assess the job performance of pharmacists working in different fields in twin cities of Pakistan A descriptive cross sectional study design was to assess the job performance of pharmacists working in different fields in twin cities i e Islamabad Federal Capital and… Expand

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