Effects of organizational characteristics on employees’ health and performance in the geriatric care sector

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Effects of organizational characteristics on employees’ health and performance in the geriatric care sector. / Horstmann, David.

The European Health Psychologist. Band 16 Supp.Aufl. 2014. S. 758.

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Horstmann, D 2014, Effects of organizational characteristics on employees’ health and performance in the geriatric care sector. in The European Health Psychologist. Supp. Aufl., Bd. 16, S. 758, Innsbruck, Österreich, 26.08.14.

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