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Year 2012, Volume: 1 Issue: 1, 38 - 49, 01.03.2012

Impact of Workplace Quality on Employee’s Productivity:Case Study of a Bank in Turkey

Year 2012, Volume: 1 Issue: 1, 38 - 49, 01.03.2012
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Demet Leblebici This is me

Publication Date March 1, 2012
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APA Leblebici, D. (2012). Impact of Workplace Quality on Employee’s Productivity:Case Study of a Bank in Turkey. Journal of Business Economics and Finance, 1(1), 38-49.

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