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Employee creativity means individuals could work innovatively and proactively in order to create exceptional results. Individuals who can creatively solve problems and work proactively are required by every sector. From an organizational perspective, to cope with an uncertain environment and achieve sustainable growth, employees are expected not only to perform their formal roles, but also to engage themselves in different informal roles, like their creative performance. The current surge in the organizational literature is evident of the fact that the importance of creative employees is being recognized by various contemporary scholars.
2. The Relationship of CSR and Employee Creativity
2.1. CSR and Employee Creativity
2.2. Job Autonomy and Employee Creativity
3. Take the Hotel Sector of Pakistan as an Example: The Mediating Role of Job Autonomy
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