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"This volume is edited by two leading figures in research on occupational health and well-being and contains contributions from major scholars in this field. The coverage of topics is comprehensive and well organized. The volume will be a major asset to researchers and practitioners in psychology and management." -Michael O'Driscoll, Emeritus Professor of Psychology, University of Waikato, New Zealand "Cooper and Leiter lead outstanding teams of international scholars on the cutting edge of wellbeing at work. This five section volume delivers powerful content addressing the positive sides of the individual, the workplace, and the mechanisms for enhancing wellbeing." -James Campbell Quick, Endowed Chair, Goolsby Leadership Academy, The University of Texas at Arlington, USA "Cooper and Leiter's Companion provides a timely insight into the broad spectrum of research on physical and mental wellbeing at work. This is a unique and much-needed publication for scholars, students, and practitioners interested in ensuring employee health and fulfilment." -Krystal Wilkinson, Senior Lecturer, Business School, Manchester Metropolitan University, UK "Work can cause, contribute to, or trigger disease, and very often does so (pathogenesis). But it can also be a powerful promotor of health and wellbeing (salutogenesis). Much of the outcome depends on our working and living conditions. Two eminent scientists in this field, Cary L. Cooper and Michael Leiter, focus on both of these two aspects in this new, highly knowledgeable and extremely relevant volume." -Lennart Levi, Emeritus Professor of Psychosocial Medicine, Karolinska Institutet, Sweden "This Companion provides an informative and up-to-date collection of articles by highly regarded scholars and practitioners regarding the nature, causes, and consequences of workplace wellbeing (and ill-being). Importantly, a range of practical interventions at the employee and organizational level are provided, making it a valuable resource for students, practitioners, and scholars." -Ashlea Troth, Associate Professor, Griffith Business School, Griffith University, Australia
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Sir Cary L. Cooper, CBE, is the 50th Anniversary Professor of Organizational Psychology and Health at the University of Manchester, UK. He is President of the CIPD, President of the British Academy of Management, and President of RELATE. In 2015 he was number one on HR Magazine's "Most Influential HR Thinkers" list, and he received a Knighthood from the Queen in 2014 for his contributions to the social sciences. Michael P. Leiter is Professor of Organizational Psychology at the School of Psychology, Deakin University, Geelong, Australia. He has published widely in all the leading journals in the field, and is a global scholar on job burnout, speaking throughout the world on this topic and on organizational health and wellbeing more generally.
1. The state of the art of workplace wellbeing Michael P. Leiter and Cary L. Cooper Part I Models of wellbeing 2. The resilient person and organization Jill Flint-Taylor and Alex Davda 3. Differentiating challenge, hindrance, and threat in the stress process Ben J. Searle and Michelle R. Tuckey 4. Psychological connections with work Christina Maslach and Cristina G. Banks 5. Determinants of mental health in the workplace Peter Hosie, Russel PJ Kingshott, and Piyush Sharma 6. Toward evidence-based practice in organizational wellbeing: methods and measures E. Kevin Kelloway Part II Personal qualities contributing to wellbeing 7. Character, personality, and psychological wellbeing Thomas A. Wright and Dorothy Klotz 8. Work characteristics, work-specific wellbeing, and employee sleep Christopher Budnick and Larissa Barber Part III Job insecurity and organizational wellbeing 9. Economic stressors and wellbeing at work: multilevel considerations Tahira M. Probst, Robert R. Sinclair and Janelle H. Cheung 10. Long working hours and presenteeism in Asia: a cultural psychological analysis Luo Lu and Chun-Yi Chou 11. Workplace incivility: a critical review and agenda for research and practice Ashlyn M. Patterson, Alexandra C. Chris, and M. Gloria Gonzales-Morales Part IV Workplace supports for wellbeing 12. Wellbeing and design at the office Chris Boyko and Rachel Cooper 13. Workplace empowerment and employee health and wellbeing Heather Spence Laschinger and Emily Read 14. Coworking communities as enablers of thriving at work Gretchen Spreitzer, Peter Bacevice, and Lyndon Garrett 15. The long-hours culture: implications for health and wellbeing Marian N. Ruderman, Cathleen Clerkin and Jennifer J. Deal 16. Rethinking work-life balance and wellbeing: the perspectives of fathers Clare Stovell, David Collinson, Caroline Gatrell, and Laura Radcliffe Part V Initiatives to enhance wellbeing 17. Wellbeing coaching Tim Anstiss and Jonathan Passmore 18. Work and wellbeing: creating a psychologically healthy workplace Matthew J. Grawitch, David W. Ballard, and Kaitlyn R. Erb 19. Job resources as contributors to wellbeing Evangelia Demerouti, Despoina Xanthopoulou, Machteld Van den Heuvel, Lonneke Dubbelt, and Heather J. Gordon 20. Stress management techniques in the workplace Oi Ling Su 21. Physical activity and workplace wellbeing Gemma Ryde and Helen Brown 22. Essential elements of programs to improve workplace wellbeing Arla Day and Samantha A. Penney 23. Improving employee wellbeing through leadership development Maria Karanika-Murray, Henna Hasson, Ulrika Von Thiele Schwarz, and Anne Richter 24. Participatory approach towards a healthy workplace in Japan Akihito Shimazu and Daniel Goering 25. Workplace conflict resolution interventions Debra Gilin Oore and Norman Dolan