Routledge Companions in Business, Management and Accounting: The Routledge Companion to Wellbeing at Work

Editors: Cooper, Cary L. and Leiter, Michael P.
Publication Year: 2017
Publisher: Routledge

Single-User Purchase Price: $230.00
Unlimited-User Purchase Price: Not Available
ISBN: 978-1-13-895594-3
Category: Business, Finance & Economics - Business
Image Count: 18
Book Status: Available
Table of Contents

The Routledge Companion to Wellbeing at Work is a comprehensive reference volume addressing every aspect of the topic. Split into five parts, it explores different models of wellbeing; personal qualities contributing to wellbeing; job insecurity and organizational wellbeing; workplace supports for wellbeing; and initiatives to enhance wellbeing.

Share this

Table of Contents

  • List of figures
  • List of tables
  • List of contributors
  • The state of the art of workplace wellbeing - Michael P. Leiter and Cary L. Cooper
  • Part I: Models of wellbeing
  • The resilient person and organization - Jill Flint-Taylor and Alex Davda
  • Differentiating challenge, hindrance, and threat in the stress process - Ben J. Searle and Michelle R. Tuckey
  • Psychological connections with work - Christina Maslach and Cristina G. Banks
  • Determinants of mental health in the workplace - Peter Hosie, Russel PJ Kingshott, and Piyush Sharma
  • Toward evidence-based practice in organizational wellbeing: methods and measures - E. Kevin Kelloway
  • Part II: Personal qualities contributing to wellbeing
  • Character, personality, and psychological wellbeing - Thomas A. Wright and Dorothy Klotz
  • Work characteristics, work-specific wellbeing, and employee sleep - Christopher J. Budnick and Larissa K. Barber
  • Part III: Job insecurity and organizational wellbeing
  • Economic stressors and wellbeing at work: multilevel considerations - Tahira M. Probst, Robert R. Sinclair, and Janelle H. Cheung
  • Long working hours and presenteeism in Asia: a cultural psychological analysis - Luo Lu and Chun-Yi Chou
  • Workplace incivility: a critical review and agenda for research and practice - Ashlyn M. Patterson, Alexandra C. Chris, and M. Gloria González-Morales
  • Part IV: Workplace supports for wellbeing
  • Wellbeing and design at the office - Christopher T. Boyko and Rachel Cooper
  • Workplace empowerment and employee health and wellbeing - Heather Spence Laschinger and Emily Read
  • Coworking communities as enablers of thriving at work - Gretchen Spreitzer, Peter Bacevice, and Lyndon Garrett
  • The long-hours culture: implications for health and wellbeing - Marian N. Ruderman, Cathleen Clerkin, and Jennifer J. Deal
  • Rethinking work-life balance and wellbeing: the perspectives of fathers - Clare Stovell, David Collinson, Caroline Gatrell, and Laura Radcliffe
  • Part V: Initiatives to enhance wellbeing
  • Wellbeing coaching - Tim Anstiss and Jonathan Passmore
  • Work and wellbeing: creating a psychologically healthy workplace - Matthew J. Grawitch, David W. Ballard, and Kaitlyn R. Erb
  • Job resources as contributors to wellbeing - Evangelia Demerouti, Machteld Van den Heuvel, Despoina Xanthopoulou, Lonneke Dubbelt, and Heather J. Gordon
  • Stress management techniques in the workplace - Oi Ling Siu
  • Physical activity and workplace wellbeing - Gemma Ryde and Helen Elizabeth Brown
  • Essential elements of organizational initiatives to improve workplace wellbeing - Arla Day and Samantha A. Penney
  • Improving employee wellbeing through leadership development - Maria Karanika-Murray, Henna Hasson, Ulrica von Thiele Schwarz, and Anne Richter
  • Participatory approach for a healthy workplace in Japan - Akihito Shimazu and Daniel Goering
  • Workplace conflict resolution interventions - Debra Gilin Oore and Norman Dolan