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The psychology of the recession on the workplace / edited by Alexander-Stamatios G. Antoniou, Cary L. Cooper
Cheltenham ; Northampton, MA : Edward Elgar, 2013
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 3rd Floor  HF5548.8 .P79 2013    AVAILABLE
Subject(s) Job satisfaction
Psychology, Industrial
Industrial relations
Recessions -- Psychological aspects
Physical Description xvii, 339 p. ; ill. ; 24 cm
Note Includes bibliographical references and index
Summary An economic recession can affect the aggregate well-being of a population. This highly regarded and timely book shows a significant increase in the mean levels of distress and dissatisfaction in the work place in recent years
Contents Machine generated contents note: pt. I INDIVIDUAL HEALTH, STRESS AND WELL-BEING -- 1.Well-being among Greeks and immigrants before and after the current financial crisis / Marina Dalla -- 2.Socioeconomic adversity and family stressors in relation to school achievement among Greek, Serbian and Albanian students / Evi Georgiadi -- 3.The impact of the recession and its aftermath on individual health and well-being / Lisa Fiksenbaum -- 4.Workaholism and psychosocial functioning: individual, family and workplace perspectives / Bruce D. Kirkcaldy -- 5.The mark of recession in the high-tech industry: high stress and low burnout / Nurit Zaidman -- 6.The adverse effects of recession-related events on the health and well-being of individuals / Oi-Ling Siu -- 7.Temporary employment, quality of working life and well-being r / Irene L. D. Houtman -- pt. II JOB INSECURITY, JOB LOSS AND UNEMPLOYMENT -- 8.Economic recession, job insecurity and employee and organizational health / Ronald Burke --
Contents note continued: 9.The psychology of unemployment: laying off people in a recession / Adrian Furnham -- 10.Perceiving and responding to job insecurity: the importance of multilevel contexts / Robert R. Sinclair -- 11.Unemployment and mental health / Howard Kahn -- 12.The effects of not working: a psychological framework for understanding the experience of job loss / Katelyn A. Buchholz -- pt. III SPECIFIC ISSUES IN RECESSION -- 13.Effects of the recession on psychological contracts between employers and employees / Michael O'Driscoll -- 14.The individual afront the antinomies of the contemporary world / Menelaos Givalos -- 15.The psychological effects of restructuring / Gisela Mohr -- 16.Social support in times of economic stress / Charles C. Benight -- pt. IV WORK-FAMILY BALANCE/CONFLICT -- 17.The dynamism of balancing work and family in a developing society: evidence from Taiwan / Luo Lu --
Contents note continued: 18.Low income families and occupational health: implications of economic stress for work-family conflict research and practice / Meline M. Schaffer
NOTE 529912
Series New horizons in management
Alternate Author Antoniou, Alexander-Stamatios G
Cooper, Cary L

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