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Organizational social capital: a role in maintaining work ability ? A cross-sectional study in nursing homes

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Kiss, Philippe, Marc De Meester, Tage S Kristensen, and Lutgart Braeckman. 2013. “Organizational Social Capital: a Role in Maintaining Work Ability ? A Cross-sectional Study in Nursing Homes.” In Work, Well-being and Wealth : Active Ageing at Work : Conference Abstracts, 40–40.
APA
Kiss, P., De Meester, M., Kristensen, T. S., & Braeckman, L. (2013). Organizational social capital: a role in maintaining work ability ? A cross-sectional study in nursing homes. Work, well-being and wealth : active ageing at work : conference abstracts (pp. 40–40). Presented at the Work, Well-being and Wealth : Active ageing at work.
Vancouver
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Kiss P, De Meester M, Kristensen TS, Braeckman L. Organizational social capital: a role in maintaining work ability ? A cross-sectional study in nursing homes. Work, well-being and wealth : active ageing at work : conference abstracts. 2013. p. 40–40.
MLA
Kiss, Philippe, Marc De Meester, Tage S Kristensen, et al. “Organizational Social Capital: a Role in Maintaining Work Ability ? A Cross-sectional Study in Nursing Homes.” Work, Well-being and Wealth : Active Ageing at Work : Conference Abstracts. 2013. 40–40. Print.
@inproceedings{4164168,
  author       = {Kiss, Philippe and De Meester, Marc and Kristensen, Tage S and Braeckman, Lutgart},
  booktitle    = {Work, well-being and wealth : active ageing at work : conference abstracts},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Helsinki, Finland},
  pages        = {40--40},
  title        = {Organizational social capital: a role in maintaining work ability ? A cross-sectional study in nursing homes},
  year         = {2013},
}