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Work Climate: Implications for Pro-Environmental Behavior, Workplace Engagement, and Recruitment

University of New England, Australia
Hicklenton, Carol ; Hine, Donald ; Loi, Natasha ; Driver, Aaron
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This dataset concerns the influence of work values and personal values on worker motivation and engagement and includes data on activity by individuals and organizations to protect the environment. The dataset includes files measuring work climate, supervisor autonomy support, environmental worldview, motivation for pro-environmental behavior, workplace and non-workplace pro-environmental behavior, intrinsic need satisfaction, work and job withdrawal, organization attractiveness, and self-transcendent and self-enhancement values.
Access to the Thesis for this Dataset provided at the following link: https://hdl.handle.net/1959.11/29923

Issued: 2020

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