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The Routledge companion to wellbeing at work

posted on 2017-05-18, 00:00 authored by C L Cooper, Michael LeiterMichael Leiter
© 2017 selection and editorial matter, Sir Cary L. Cooper and Michael P. Leiter; individual chapters, the contributors. All rights reserved. Over recent years, many companies have developed an awareness of the importance of an active, rather than passive, approach to wellbeing at work. Whilst the value of this approach is widely accepted, turning theory into effective practice is still a challenge for many companies. The Routledge Companion to Wellbeing at Work is a comprehensive reference volume addressing every aspect of the topic. Split into five parts, it explores different models of wellbeing; personal qualities contributing to wellbeing; job insecurity and organizational wellbeing; workplace supports for wellbeing; and initiatives to enhance wellbeing. The international team of contributors provide a solid foundation to research and practice, including contemporary topics such as architecture, coaching, and fitness in the workplace. Edited by two of the world's leading scholars on the subject, this text is a valuable tool for researchers, students, and practitioners in HRM and organizational psychology.




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Abingdon, Eng.



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AN.1 Other book, or book not attributed to Deakin University

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