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schappe

(ˈʃæpə)
n
(Textiles) a yarn or fabric made from waste silk
[from German]
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Invitation to tender : Renovation and construction Culture / Youth / Commercial Schappe South in Kriens with auditorium, rehearsal hall, Youth Culture, studios and music school.
Schappe (1998) studied the influence of job satisfaction, organizational commitment and fairness perceptions in the form of procedural justice and interactional justice on OCB and found that neither procedural justice nor interactional justice was a significant predictor of OCB.
Schappe (1998), research based to investigate the influence of job satisfaction, procedural justice, and organizational commitment together on OCB.
Partners: Hexcel (France), Schappe Technics (France), Omega Dms (France), KSL (Germany), Qinetiq (UK), Compose Tools (UK) and PPE (France).
Because valid and reliable inferences can be drawn from performance-based assessments used with gifted children and with young children (Moon, Brighton, Callahan, & Robinson, 2005; Schappe, 2005; VanTassel-Baska, Johnson, & Avery, 2002), three performance-based assessments were developed to measure knowledge and skill attainment in the units.
Moreover, if employees believe that the procedures used in allocation organizational outcomes are fair and just, they will be satisfied and more likely to engage in OCB behavior (Brockner and Adsit, 1986; Konovsky and Pugh, 1994), whereas Schappe (1998) believed that procedural justice were not able to predict OCB.
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.