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The Value of Virtue: An Organizational Approach to the Challenges of Workplace Disabilities

  • Jason D. Whitt (a1), Brian D. Cawley (a2), Julie E. Yonker (a2) and Danielle C. Polage (a3)
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E-mail: bcawley@calvin.edu, Address: Department of Business, Calvin College, Grand Rapids, MI 49546
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