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A B S T R A C T There are studies focusing on mentoring functions received and its motivational outcomes, but most of these studies fail to show how and when mentoring relates to these outcomes. In order to fulfill this gap, we investigated the mediating effect of trust in mentor and the moderating role of political skill of the mentor on the relationship between mentoring functions received and psychological empowerment. We collected data from 164 employees who work in public and privatedoi:10.18394/iid.280042 fatcat:obdpnnzppbhvlmf7ov6d2pt37q