The influence of supportive leadership and job characteristics on work alienation: A six-country investigation

Banai, Moshe; Reisel, William D.
December 2007
Journal of World Business;Dec2007, Vol. 42 Issue 4, p463
Academic Journal
Abstract: This study examines the relationships between supportive leadership and job characteristics and workers� alienation in Cuba, Germany, Hungary, Israel, Russia, and the United States. One thousand and nine hundred and thirty-three workers and non-managerial personnel participated in the research. Supportive leadership and job characteristics were found to be related to alienation. Evidence is provided along with implications for theory and practice.


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