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      Proactive personality and job performance: The role of job crafting and work engagement

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      Human Relations

      SAGE Publications

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                Journal
                Human Relations
                Human Relations
                SAGE Publications
                0018-7267
                1741-282X
                June 14 2012
                September 11 2012
                : 65
                : 10
                : 1359-1378
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                10.1177/0018726712453471
                © 2012

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