Chapter 1: Introduction to A research agenda for workplace stress and wellbeing
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Workplace wellbeing has been a focus of empirical enquiry for many years. Both organizations and individuals recognize the importance of individual wellbeing for both health and organizational productivity. In this chapter we highlight both definitional and methodological issues around the study of workplace wellbeing. We then provide an overview of the structure and chapters comprising this volume. Contributors have considered both the factors that influence workplace wellbeing and interventions designed to enhance wellbeing in the workplace.

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Edited by E. K. Kelloway and Cary Cooper
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