workplace

The Division of Occupational Psychology's annual conference takes place in Glasgow from 7-9 January 2015. The programme boasts keynotes, workshops and posters from many excellent psychologists, and here we collect together links to archive pieces from just a few of them.

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Hazards to health:
The problem of workplace bullying

Despite the potential pressures of long hours, tight deadlines and performance targets, many aspire to the status and rewards of a job in the City of London. But perhaps few job applicants would...

If you are distressed by anything external, the pain is not due to the thing itself, but to your estimate of it; and this you have the power to revoke at any moment – Marcus Aurelius (ad121–180)

The corporate workplace is filled with stress, anxiety, deadlines,...

Psychology has for sometime maintained an interest in the promotion of psychological wellbeing in the workplace. Peter Warr’s seminal work (see Warr, 1996) in the 90s has enabled our conceptual understanding of issues around employee wellbeing.

Subsequent research in...