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Jorge Cabrita and Heloísa Perista, CESIS, Portugal

EF/06/55/EN


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About this document
  • ID: TN0608TR01
  • Author: Jorge Cabrita and Heloísa Perista
  • Country: EU Countries
  • Language: EN
  • Publication date: 10-08-2006
  • Subject: Psychosocial work factors, Quality of work indicators