Edited by Ronald J. Burke and Kathryn M. Page
Almost every person works at some point in their lives. The Research Handbook on Work and Well-Being examines the association of particular work experiences with employee and organizational health and performance.
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- Research Handbook on Work and Well-Being
- Chapter 1: Work and well-being
- Chapter 2: The many ‘faces’ of well-being
- Chapter 3: Job demands in a changing world of work
- Chapter 4: Models in work and health research: the JDC(S), ERI and JD-R frameworks
- Chapter 5: Burnout and well-being
- Chapter 6: Job insecurity: implications for employee well-being
- Chapter 7: Precarious employment: what it means for workers and their families
- Chapter 8: Well-being of farmers and miners: a study on the occupational health and safety risks of this vulnerable population
- Chapter 9: Work and well-being in the construction industry
- Chapter 10: Stress in policing: causes, consequences and remedies
- Chapter 11: Workplace mental health in the veterinary sector
- Chapter 12: Leadership and employee well-being
- Chapter 13: Work engagement and employee well-being
- Chapter 14: Gratitude: an antidote to work stress
- Chapter 15: Developing psychological capital to boost work performance and well-being
- Chapter 16: A safe workplace environment
- Chapter 17: Work–family enrichment: a literature review
- Chapter 18: Finding the balance: initiatives to promote work–life balance
- Chapter 19: The global workplace and the new work hazards: what are the necessary responses at the national and firm levels?
- Chapter 20: Leadership interventions to improve well-being
- Chapter 21: Mindfulness at work
- Chapter 22: Corporate wellness programs: do they increase employee well-being?
- Chapter 23: Psychologically healthy workplace practices and employee well-being
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