A psychological perspective
The psychological concept of burnout refers to long-term exhaustion from, and diminished interest in, the work we do. It’s a phenomenon that most of us have some understanding of, even if we haven’t always been affected directly. Many people start their working lives full of energy and enthusiasm...
To Be Published May 19th 2014 by Psychology Press
Measurement and Implications
First published in 2014. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company....
Published January 31st 2014 by Psychology Press
In many professions daily work life has become unthinkable without the use of a computer with access to the Internet. As technological innovations progress rapidly and new applications of interactional media are invented, organizational behaviour continues to change. The central theme of this book...
Published November 27th 2012 by Psychology Press
This edited collection brings together some of the leading researchers in the study of the daily experience of work and daily well-being. The book covers both theoretical and methodological issues involved in studying workers’ well-being as it evolves on a daily basis. Interest in the topic of...
Published November 25th 2012 by Psychology Press
A Handbook of Essential Theory and Research
This book provides the most thorough view available on this new and intriguing dimension of workplace psychology, which is the basis of fulfilling, productive work. The book begins by defining work engagement, which has been described as ‘an opposite to burnout,’ following its development into a...
Published March 9th 2010 by Psychology Press