Handbook of Organizational Health Psychology: Programs to Make the Workplace Healthier
Samuel H. Klarreich
Psychosocial Press, 1998 - Psychology - 296 pages
This essential sourcebook on organizational health psychology explores areas of prime interest and roles organizational health psychologists may play in this rapidly expanding new field. It is in change itself that organizational health psychologists will find their point of entry - for change is a fact of life for corporations great and small in today's global marketplace. The first part of the handbook discusses ways to promote organizational health. The second part of the handbook discusses programs for organizational renewal in a changing environment.
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