The Mediating Effect of Work Family Conflict on the Relationship between Job Autonomy and Job Satisfaction

@article{Gzkara2016TheME,
  title={The Mediating Effect of Work Family Conflict on the Relationship between Job Autonomy and Job Satisfaction},
  author={İzlem G{\"o}z{\"u}kara and Nurdan Çolakoğlu},
  journal={Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences},
  year={2016},
  volume={229},
  pages={253-266}
}

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