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schappe

[′shäp·ə]
(textiles)
Yarn or fabric made of spun silk or synthetic yarn resembling silk.
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Previous research showed that the perception of PJ influenced the levels of job satisfaction (Schappe, 1998), but we did not find that result in our research.
Moorman 1991, Schappe 1998, Williams, Pitre & Zainuba 2000), which has been described as discretionary individual behaviour beyond job requirements that is not explicitly recognised through the organisation's reward structure (Organ 1988).
David Leathem has joined up with former colleague Paul Bolton as finance director of Space France; An impression of the La Schappe scheme, in Briancon
From a literature review, we found that studies in the field of OCB based on the social exchange theory usually incorporated organizational justice in their explanations (Moorman & Niehoff, 1998; Niehoff & Moorman, 1993; Organ & Konovsky, 1989; Schappe, 1998; Schnake, 1991; Yukl, 1989), so we chose organizational justice to represent the motive of social exchange.
For example, Schappe Techniques in France and molder Thermofusion GmbH in Dieburg, Germany, won JEC's sports innovation award for an electric-powered golf cart made from a moldable braided preform of 45% by volume nylon 12 fibers and 55% carbon fibers.
Indeed, Schappe (1998) found that a general index of organizational commitment mediated the influence of job satisfaction on OCB.
MISSOURI -- Cindy Dennis Schappe, Stephen Guenther, Gary Kelly, John P.
This scale broadly conceptualises job satisfaction as being the 'extent to which an individual's requirements are fulfilled by the organisation' (Schappe, 1998: 282).
Schappe is an assistant professor of management at the University of Michigan-Dearborn, as well as a former internal organization development consultant of years with General Motors.
In this connection, it may be remembered that managers' ability to motivate individuals to carry out extra-role responsibilities is somewhat limited by the fact that such extra-role behaviours are not associated with any formal reward structure (Schappe 1998).
It is produced by Schappe Techniques in Charnoz, France.
The Missouri State Medical Board recently evaluated and rejected the ITC for multiple legal and medical reasons after receiving a Jan 13, 2015, letter from Missouri General Counsel Sarah Schappe. Citing many facts from the FSMB's own journal, she argued against the need for such a compact.