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Leader-member relations are important for an organization’s future, because in a dynamic changing world, an organization’s survival depends on the strength of its culture and the ties between both leader and the members this kin. In order to build this kind of power, it is necessary to spend much labor from both sides. In this research, two different private university and three different groups were compared to each other. The main aim was to find out the relationship between LMX and Emotional Labor. It was showed that labor is the keyword to carry the commitment and performance further by creating a real relationship between both sides.



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