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ORIGINAL ARTICLE:

  • Ten Brummelhuis L.T., Rothbard N.P., & Uhrich B. 2017. Beyond nine to five: is working to excess bad for heath? Academy of Management Discoveries. doi: 10.5465/amd.2015.0015 Google Scholar
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