Industrial and Organizational Psychology: Research and Practice / Edition 6 available in Hardcover
Presents the important concepts and findings that I/O psychologists use to help enterprises handle issues concerning their employees. Commences with an overview of the field, both as a science and a practice, and the basic principles of I/O research methods. Job analysis, assessment of staff performance, approaches organizations use to hire new employees, the relationship between the individual and the company, worker health and safety, leadership and supervision are among the topics covered.
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Table of ContentsResearch Methods in I/O Psychology.
ASSESSMENT OF JOBS, PERFORMANCE, AND PEOPLE.
Assessment Methods for Selection and Placement.
SELECTING AND TRAINING EMPLOYEES.
THE INDIVIDUAL AND THE ORGANIZATION.
Theories of Employee Motivation.
Job Satisfaction and Organizational Commitment.
Productive and Counterproductive Employee Behavior.
Employee Health and Safety.
THE SOCIAL CONTEXT OF WORK.
Work Groups and Work Teams.
Leadership and Power in Organizations.
Organizational Development and Theory.