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EXPLORING THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN SUPERVISOR ’ S LEADERSHIP AND SUBORDINATES ’ PERFORMANCE

@inproceedings{Thisera2013EXPLORINGTR,
  title={EXPLORING THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN SUPERVISOR ’ S LEADERSHIP AND SUBORDINATES ’ PERFORMANCE},
  author={T. J. R. Thisera},
  year={2013}
}
Employee performance is one of the major determinants of organizational success. It is affected by many factors arising within and outside of the organizational context. Supervisor-subordinate relationship is the primary relationship articulated by the organization and supervisor’s role is very critical in an employee’s immediate working environment. The purpose of this study is to investigate the relationship between supervisor’s leadership and job performance of subordinates; compare… 
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