Types of intragroup conflict and affective reactions

@inproceedings{Medina2005TypesOI,
  title={Types of intragroup conflict and affective reactions},
  author={Francisco Jos{\'e} Medina and Lourdes Munduate and Miguel A. Dorado},
  year={2005}
}
Purpose – Seeks to evaluate the link between task and relationship conflict, and their influence on some employees’ affective reactions such as satisfaction, wellbeing, and propensity to leave a job; and to analyse the mediated and moderated role of relationship conflict. Design/methodology/approach – The study involved 169 employees from six service organizations (hotels) in Andalusia (Spain). A questionnaire was used containing different measures: task and relationship conflict, wellbeing… CONTINUE READING
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