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Examining the inverted U-shaped relationship between workload and innovative work behavior: The role of work engagement and mindfulness
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It is something of an understatement to say that 2020 was a difficult year for social relations at work. Across the world, 2020 will surely live long in everyone’s memories, albeit for all the wrong reasons. Given the enormity of the personal, economic and social crises still before us all, it might almost seem trivial to say it, but one positive that this challenging year has made increasingly apparent is that Human Relations is supported by a large community of scholars to whom the articles we publish matter – now perhaps more than ever before… Read more
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