How do voice regimes influence conflict in the workplace?

Urwin, P.J., Michielsens, E. and Murphy, R. 2005. How do voice regimes influence conflict in the workplace? People Management. 11 (18).

TitleHow do voice regimes influence conflict in the workplace?
AuthorsUrwin, P.J., Michielsens, E. and Murphy, R.
JournalPeople Management
Journal citation11 (18)
ISSN1358-6297
Year2005
Publication dates
Published2005

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