Perceived external prestige as a mediator between quality of work life and organisational commitment of public sector employees in Ghana

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Oluyinka Ojedokun; Erhabor S. Idemudia; Mercy Desouza;

Orientation: Research efforts have been directed at understanding the relationship between quality of work life and organisational commitment, but these studies have not elucidated the mediating role of perceived external prestige in this relationship. Research purpo... View more
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