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Well-being, productivity and happiness at work /, Ivan Robertson and Cary Cooper

High levels of psychological well-being amongst employees translate into good news for the organization - including lower sickness-absence levels, attraction and retention of talented people and more satisfied customers, clients or service users. People with higher levels of psychological well-being work better, live longer and have happier lives. Engagement and well-being can sustain each other and lead to a healthier and more productive organization - a win-win for employees and employer. This is a practically-orientated book giving sound advice and evidence-based guidance to organizations and individuals on how to improve and sustain employee well-being to realise its positive impact. It will be useful to HR, Occupational Health and managers in any organizational setting
Table Of Contents
Part I: Why does well-being matter? -- For individuals -- For organisations -- Well-being and employee engagement -- Part II: What is well-being? -- Psychological well-being -- Measuring well-being -- Part III: What influences well-being? -- The whole person and psychological well-being -- Work and well-being -- Part IV: Getting the benefit -- Improving well-being - Building personal resilience -- Improving well-being - Building a healthy workplace -- Part V: Case studies
Literary Form
non fiction
Physical Description
1 online resource (xv, 224 p.)
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