3 edition of Organizational health and wellbeing found in the catalog.
Organizational health and wellbeing
Cary L. Cooper
Includes bibliographical references
|Statement||edited by Cary L. Cooper|
|Series||Sage library in business and management|
|LC Classifications||HF5548.8 .O694 2011|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2010939537|
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It’s time to launch a committed, collaborative effort to create a workplace culture that emphasizes the health and wellbeing of everyone. The field of work and well-being is growing at a phenomenal rate, as obesity, mental health, heart disease and alcohol consumption become increasingly important for organizations in the public and private sector.
This collection covers the sources and costs of workplace stress; major theories of organizational stress and well-being; and.Promoting Employee Well-Being: Wellness Strategies to Improve Health, Performance and the Bottom Line •ting individuals’ financial Suppor security aspirations.The book brings together nearly 60 researchers and practitioners who share their knowledge and skills to help us improve intervention practice.
Some organizational interventions fail completely. That is, they do not achieve their intended change outcomes. Sometimes, health and well-being worsen rather than improve as a resultFile Size: KB.