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The impact of leader-member exchange, employee empowerment and affective commitment on TRNC hotel and restaurant workers: Implications for retention

@inproceedings{Fomolo2014TheIO,
  title={The impact of leader-member exchange, employee empowerment and affective commitment on TRNC hotel and restaurant workers: Implications for retention},
  author={Fedelis Fomolo},
  year={2014}
}
iii OZ v DEDICATION vii ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS viii LIST OF TABLES xiii LIST OF FIGURES xiv LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS xv LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS xvi Illustration 1: Questionnaire Variables as on SPSS xvi 

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