HRM, employee identity and environmental sustainability

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Okonkwo, O. and Adesina, S. 2016. HRM, employee identity and environmental sustainability.
AuthorsOkonkwo, O. and Adesina, S.
TypeConference paper
Year2016
Conference31st Workshop on Strategic Human Resource Management
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Deposited25 May 2016
Accepted25 Apr 2016
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