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THE EFFECT OF HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT ON EMPLOYEE KNOWLEDGE SHARING BEHAVIOR

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В статье изучается влияние развития человеческих ресурсов на обмен знаниями работников.

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S. Umirzakov
Narxoz University
Казахстан


A. Nurgabdeshov
Narxoz University
Казахстан


S. Kozhakhmet
Narxoz University
Казахстан


A. Yenikeeva
Nazarbaev University
Казахстан


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Umirzakov S., Nurgabdeshov A., Kozhakhmet S., Yenikeeva A. THE EFFECT OF HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT ON EMPLOYEE KNOWLEDGE SHARING BEHAVIOR. Central Asian Economic Review. 2019;(2):9-21.

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Umirzakov S., Nurgabdeshov A., Kozhakhmet S., Yenikeeva A. THE EFFECT OF HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT ON EMPLOYEE KNOWLEDGE SHARING BEHAVIOR. Central Asian Economic Review. 2019;(2):9-21.

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