The role of personal work goals in newcomers' job satisfaction and organizational commitment: A longitudinal analysis

Maier GW, Brunstein JC (2001)
Journal of Applied Psychology 86: 1034-1042.

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Maier GW, Brunstein JC. The role of personal work goals in newcomers' job satisfaction and organizational commitment: A longitudinal analysis. Journal of Applied Psychology. 2001;86:1034-1042.
Maier, G. W., & Brunstein, J. C. (2001). The role of personal work goals in newcomers' job satisfaction and organizational commitment: A longitudinal analysis. Journal of Applied Psychology, 86, 1034-1042.
Maier, G. W., and Brunstein, J. C. (2001). The role of personal work goals in newcomers' job satisfaction and organizational commitment: A longitudinal analysis. Journal of Applied Psychology 86, 1034-1042.
Maier, G.W., & Brunstein, J.C., 2001. The role of personal work goals in newcomers' job satisfaction and organizational commitment: A longitudinal analysis. Journal of Applied Psychology, 86, p 1034-1042.
G.W. Maier and J.C. Brunstein, “The role of personal work goals in newcomers' job satisfaction and organizational commitment: A longitudinal analysis”, Journal of Applied Psychology, vol. 86, 2001, pp. 1034-1042.
Maier, G.W., Brunstein, J.C.: The role of personal work goals in newcomers' job satisfaction and organizational commitment: A longitudinal analysis. Journal of Applied Psychology. 86, 1034-1042 (2001).
Maier, Günter W., and Brunstein, J. C. “The role of personal work goals in newcomers' job satisfaction and organizational commitment: A longitudinal analysis”. Journal of Applied Psychology 86 (2001): 1034-1042.
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