ogy, and international and cross-cultural issues. Each of these areas is becoming more central to the work of most organizations today. Thus, linking them, either individually or together, with the fundamental relationships between people and their jobs, holds great promise for better understanding how organizations can become more effective.
The authors would like to thank Mike Campion, Jennifer George, Jerry Greenberg, Greg Oldham, Anne O'Leary-Kelly, and Patrick Wright for their helpful comments on an earlier draft of this manuscript.
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