A Review of Social Exchange Relationship
The relationship between employees and their organization is often described as an exchange relationship. Based on it, this paper reviews the social exchange relationship from seven basic principles, namely, reciprocity, negotiation, rationality, altruism, collective benefit, consistency of identity, and competitiveness.
Key words: Exchange relationship; Social exchange relationship; Principles
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