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The Handbook of Organizational Well-Being Ed by Susan Cartwright and Cary L. Cooper

By: Cartwright, Susan.
Contributor(s): Cooper, Cary L.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: New York Oxford University Press 2009Description: 602p.ISBN: 9780199211913.Subject(s): ManagementDDC classification: 658
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1. Introduction: Perspectives on Organizational Health PART I THE COSTS AND INDICATORS OF WELL-BEING IN THE WORKPLACE 2. Absenteeism or Presenteeism? Attendance Dynamics and Employee Well-Being 3. Accidents and Safety in the Workplace PART II MODELS, MEASURES, AND METHODOLOGIES FOR ASSESSING WELL-BEING 4. Environmental ``Vitamins'', Personal Judgments, Work Values, and Happiness 5. Measuring Burnout 6. Job Control and Reward: Effects on Well-Being 7. Organizational Screening: The ASSET Model PART III INDIVIDUAL FACTORS AND WELL-BEING 8. Leadership, Psychological Well-Being, and Organizational Outcomes Ivan T. Robertson and Jill Flint-Taylor 9. Work--Life Balance: Individual and Organizational Strategies and Practices 10. Positive Emotions, Attitudes, and Health: Motivated, Engaged, Focused 11. Stress and Coping 12. Work Hours, Work Intensity, and Work Addiction: Risks and Rewards PART IV JOB/ORGANIZATIONAL FACTORS AND WELL-BEING 13. The Impact of Working Hours and Working Patterns on Physical and Psychological Health 14. Emotional Labor, Well-Being, and Performance331 David Holman, David Martinez-Inigo, and Peter Totterdell 15. Technology and Health 16. Job Insecurity, Unemployment, and Organizational Well-Being: Oxymoron or Possibility? 17. Building Employee Engagement, Job Satisfaction, Health, and Retention PART V ORGANIZATIONAL INTERVENTIONS TO PROMOTE HEALTH AND WELL-BEING 18. Mediators and Moderators of Organizational Interventions to Prevent Occupational Stress 19. The Challenges of Developing, Implementing, and Evaluating Interventions 20. Organizational Coaching and Mentoring PART VI NEW PERSPECTIVES 21. Climato-economic Niches of Employee Well-Being 22. Creating a Healthy Work Environment through Sustainable Practices: Future Challenges

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