Case Study: Social Support among Industrial Employees

Narayanan, R.
May 2012
Advances in Management;May2012, Vol. 5 Issue 5, p55
Academic Journal
Case Study
The present study aims to find out the social support among industrial employees. 100 employees were selected on the basis of using stratified random sampling method. The results revealed that industrial employees differ in their social support.


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