Collectivism in action: Its moderating effects on the relationship between organisational commitment and employee performance in China
This study explores the role of collectivism as a moderator of the relationship between organizational commitment (OC) and employee performance in a Chinese setting. The relationships between OC and both in-role and extrarole performance were found to be
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