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Hector R. Diaz-Saenz & Patricia D. Witherspoon

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Chapter 9: Psychological Contracts in Mexico: Historical, Familial, and Contemporary Influences on Work Relationships

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Psychological Contracts in Mexico: Historical, Familial, and Contemporary Influences on Work Relationships
Psychological contracts in mexico: Historical, familial, and contemporary influences on work relationships
Hector R.Diaz-SaenzPatricia D.Witherspoon

Las palabras se las lleva el viento. (Spoken words are blown away by the wind [but words on paper are permanent].)

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Mexico is a land of contrasts, woven together in a socioeconomic, political, and cultural fabric. It is a land of cosmopolitan and rural people, of well-educated citizens and those with little formal education, of the very poor and the very wealthy. It is a land with a growing middle class, seeking social changes for its people and new markets for its products. It is a land rich in history, and its people take pride in that history.

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