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Organizational Stress and Well-Being
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In this Cambridge Companion, global thought leaders in the fields of workplace stress and well-being highlight how theory and research can improve employee health and well-being. The volume explains how and why the topics of workplace stress and well-being have evolved and continue to be highly relevant, and why line managers have great influence over employees' quality of working life. It includes the latest research findings on stress and well-being and their impact on organizations, as well as up-to-date findings on the effectiveness of workplace interventions focused on these issues. It also explores important and emerging issues relating to organizational stress and well-being, including the ongoing effects of the global coronavirus pandemic. This is an ideal reference for students and researchers in the areas of human resources management, occupational health psychology and organisational behavior.

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‘At a time when work stress seems to be a part of so many conversations, what is sorely needed is a rigorous empirical foundation to guide these discussions. The contributors to this volume, all leading social scientists in their fields, have ensured that we have this foundation.'

Julian Barling - Professor of Organizational Behaviour and Borden Chair of Leadership, Smith School of Business, Queen's University

‘Cooper and Lapierre have orchestrated top tier scholars and professionals to deliver 15 outstanding chapters on organizational stress and wellbeing. This Cambridge Companion is superbly structured in 5 Sections, Section 5 focused on the two critical emerging issues of technostress and mental health. A masterpiece.’

James Campbell Quick - FAPA, FSAScotDistinguished University Professor & Professor Emeritus, The University of Texas at Arlington, USA

‘At a time when work stress seems to be a part of so many conversations, what is sorely needed is a rigorous empirical foundation to guide these discussions. The contributors to this volume, all leading social scientists in their fields, have ensured that we have this foundation.'

Julian Barling - Professor of Organizational Behaviour and Borden Chair of Leadership, Smith School of Business, Queen's University

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