Stress is a leading cause of ill health in the workplace. This shortform book analyses, summarises and contextualises research around stress at work.
The book begins by exploring the impact and challenges of technology and the challenging and changing contours and boundaries of the nature of work. Using a behaviour lens, the authors draw on cyberpsychology to illuminate the choices we make to balance life, work and wellbeing. The changing nature of work is analysed, shifting structures and boundaries explored and the stress consequences of such themes as the gig economy and precarious work are also included in the book.
A compelling framework for researchers of work, organisation and psychology, this concise book is also valuable reading for reflective practitioners, seeking to understand the importance of wellbeing in the workplace
Table of Contents
1. Organizational Psychology, Organizational Behaviour and Workplace Stress 2. Technology, Behaviour and Workplace Stress 3. Stress and the Future of Work 4. Coping with Work Stress 5. The Future of Work Stress Research
Philip Dewe is an Emeritus Professor at Birkbeck, University of London. He has written widely on work stress research and coping. He is a Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences, the European Academy of Occupational Health Psychology and Birkbeck, University of London.
Professor Sir Cary Cooper, CBE, is the 50th Anniversary Professor of Organizational Psychology & Health at the ALLIANCE Manchester Business School, University of Manchester; President of the CIPD and Chair of the National Forum for Health and Wellbeing at Work.