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IntroductionThis article will begin by providing definitions of healthy organisations and key conceptual components and principles underpinning this concept. Available good practice models of healthy workplaces will be outlined and discussed, while key…
IntroductionThis article examines the empirical evidence surrounding job satisfaction. While it is important to understand the theoretical makeup surrounding job satisfaction, this is beyond the scope of this article and is explored in Job satisfaction:…
Job satisfactionJob satisfaction is one of the most researched variables in the area of workplace psychology [1], and has been associated with numerous psychosocial issues ranging from leadership to job design [2]. This article seeks to outline the key…
Job performanceIn this article, we concentrate on explaining job performance from the perspective of psychosocial risks in the work environment. Many risks may hinder good job performance. The article does not concentrate on physical (such as, carrying…
IntroductionThe concept of work engagement fits into the tradition of positive psychology, a recent paradigm shift in psychology which focuses on mental health rather than mental illness. This article gives an introduction to the concept of work…