Organizational Health and Well-Being (inbunden)
Format
Inbunden (Hardback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
1256
Utgivningsdatum
2011-06-13
Upplaga
1
Förlag
SAGE Publications Ltd
Illustrationer
Illustrations
Dimensioner
234 x 165 x 76 mm
Vikt
2245 g
Antal komponenter
1
Komponenter
3 Hardbacks
ISBN
9780857025555
Organizational Health and Well-Being (inbunden)

Organizational Health and Well-Being

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The field of work and well-being is growing at a phenomenal rate, as obesity, mental health, heart disease and alcohol consumption become increasingly important for organizations in the public and private sector.

This collection covers the sources and costs of workplace stress; major theories of organizational stress and well-being; and intervention studies in the field.

Within the major work, an international advisory board identifies the best original science, as well as the relevant theories and recent intervention studies that reflect best practice in terms of enhancing well-being at work.
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Cary L. Cooper is Distinguished Professor of Organizational Psychology and Health at Lancaster University Management School.

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Introduction Theories of Organizational Health and Wellbeing Reviewing the Effort-Reward Imbalance Model: Drawing up the Balance of 45 Empirical Studies - N. Van Vegchel et al The Job Demand-Control(-Support) Model and Psychological Well-Being: A Review of 20 Years of Empirical Research - M. Van der Doef and S. Maes The Demands-Control Model of Job Strain: A More Specific Test - T.D. Wall et al Irreconcilable Differences? Strategic Human Resource Management and Employee Well-Being - M. Brown et al Job Security and Job Satisfaction Job Satisfaction and Psychological Well-Being as Non-additive Predictors of Workplace Turnover - T.A. Wright and D.G. Bonett Job Insecurity and Psychological Well-Being: Review of the Literature and Exploration of Some Unresolved Issues - H. De Witte Positive Social Interactions and the Human Body at Work: Linking Organizations and Physiology - E.D. Heaphy and J.E. Dutton The Job Satisfaction-Job Performance Relationship: A Qualitative and Quantitative Review - T.A. Judge et al The Relationship Between Job Satisfaction and Health: A Meta-Analysis - B. Faragher, M. Cass and C.L. Cooper Organizational Health Outcomes - Job Performance, Sickness Absence, Accidents Is Job Strain a Major Source of Cardiovascular Disease Risk? - K.L. Belkic et al Psychosocial Factors and Safety Behaviour as Predictors of Accidental Work Injuries in Farming - D.J. Glasscock et al The Impact of Psychological Distress on Absence from Work - G.E. Hardy, D. Woods and T.D. Wall Emotional Exhaustion as a Predictor of Job Performance and Voluntary Turnover - T.A. Wright and R. Cropanzano Job Strain and Cardiovascular Disease - P.L. Schnall, P.A. Landsbergis and D. Baker Working for Health? Evidence from Systematic Reviews on the Effects on Health and Health Inequalities or Organisational Changes to the Psychosocial Work Environment - C. Bambra et al Advances in Occupational Health: From a Stressful Beginning to a Positive Future? - M. Macik-Frey, J.C. Quick and D. L. Nelson Promotion of Occupational and Public Health: The European Experience and Challenge - C.L. Cooper and L. Levi Burnout Job Burnout - C. Maslach, W.B. Schaufeli and M.P. Leiter Burnout and Engagement: Independent Factors or Opposite Poles? - V. Gonzalez-Roma et al Influence of Perceived Organisational Factors on Job Burnout: Survey of Community Mental Health Staff - A. Lasalvia, et al Job Demands, Job Resources, and their Relationship with Burnout and Engagement: A Multi-Sample Study - W.B. Schaufeli and A.B. Bakker Occupational Differences Elvis to Eminem: Quantifying the Price of Fame through Early Mortality of European and North American Rock and Pop Stars - M.A. Bellis et al Prevalence and Causes of Self-Reported Work-Related Stress in Head Teachers - S. Phillips, D. Sen and R. McNamee Mental Health and Quality of Life among Doctors, Nurses and Other Hospital Staff - J.A. Su et al Power Motivation, Illness, Coping Strategies and Psychological Stress in Police Trainees - J. Langan-Fox, T. Deery and S. Van Vliet Relationship between Quality of Life and Occupational Stress among Teachers - X. Yang et al Organizational Commitment and the Well-Being of Temporary Agency Workers: A Longitudinal Study - N. Galais and K. Moser Perceived Collective Efficacy, Subjective Well-Being and Task Performance among Electronic Work Groups - An Experimental Study - M. Salanova et al Job Characteristics: Control, Hours, Demands and Violence Low Job Control and Risk of Coronary Heart Disease in Whitehall II (Prospective Cohort) Study - H. Bosma et al Well-Being and Occupational Health in the 21st Century Workplace - K. Sparks, B, Faragher and C.L. Cooper The Impact of Overtime and Long Work Hours on Occupational Injuries and Illnesses: New Evidence from the United States - A.E. Dembe et al Predictors and Outcomes of