Advice giving and receiving in formal and informal work relations – effects on jobs satisfaction

Weis LM, Cardona A (2017)
In: Integrating individual psychology and social networks. Weis LM (Ed); UCL (University College London): 220-242.

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Weis LM, Cardona A. Advice giving and receiving in formal and informal work relations – effects on jobs satisfaction. In: Weis LM, ed. Integrating individual psychology and social networks. UCL (University College London); 2017: 220-242.
Weis, L. M., & Cardona, A. (2017). Advice giving and receiving in formal and informal work relations – effects on jobs satisfaction. In L. M. Weis (Ed.), Integrating individual psychology and social networks (pp. 220-242). UCL (University College London).
Weis, L. M., and Cardona, A. (2017). “Advice giving and receiving in formal and informal work relations – effects on jobs satisfaction” in Integrating individual psychology and social networks, Weis, L. M. ed. (UCL (University College London), 220-242.
Weis, L.M., & Cardona, A., 2017. Advice giving and receiving in formal and informal work relations – effects on jobs satisfaction. In L. M. Weis, ed. Integrating individual psychology and social networks. UCL (University College London), pp. 220-242.
L.M. Weis and A. Cardona, “Advice giving and receiving in formal and informal work relations – effects on jobs satisfaction”, Integrating individual psychology and social networks, L.M. Weis, ed., UCL (University College London), 2017, pp.220-242.
Weis, L.M., Cardona, A.: Advice giving and receiving in formal and informal work relations – effects on jobs satisfaction. In: Weis, L.M. (ed.) Integrating individual psychology and social networks. p. 220-242. UCL (University College London) (2017).
Weis, Laura Maria, and Cardona, Andrés. “Advice giving and receiving in formal and informal work relations – effects on jobs satisfaction”. Integrating individual psychology and social networks. Ed. Laura Maria Weis. UCL (University College London), 2017. 220-242.
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