Structural Relationships, Job Characteristics, and Worker Satisfaction and Performance

This research investigates the role of job characteristics as possible mediating variables in the relationships between the organization's structural context and the attitudes and behaviors of individual employees

Daniel J. Brass

2006

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  • This research investigates the role of job characteristics as possible mediating variables in the relationships between the organization's structural context and the attitudes and behaviors of individual employees
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