The influence of cross-cultural psychological capital on cultural intelligence, affective commitment and organisational citizenship behaviour amongst employees at a retail organisation in the Western Cape
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This study was motivated by the great need to probe on the impact cross-cultural psychological capital has on cultural intelligence (CQ), affective commitment (AC) and organisational citizenship behaviour (OCB) among diverse employees at a retail organisation.
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