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Breaking The Psychological Contract: The Effects Of Change-work On Middle Managers When Implementing Organizational Change:

I. Brooks, T. Harfield
Published 2000 · Psychology

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A psychological contract has been defined as the implicit beliefs about reciprocal obligations held by employees and employers. Thus, it would be expected that during an explicit organizational cha...
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