Exploring the Interplay of Psychology and Work-Related Health and Well-Being
Today, in fast-paced and demanding work environments, understanding the intricate relationship between psychology and work-related health and well-being is paramount. This Topic aims to collate cutting-edge research that delves into how psychological factors influence individuals' health, well-being, and overall performance at work. By exploring these connections, we hope to uncover strategies and interventions that can enhance work-related experiences and contribute to healthier and more fulfilling professional lives. Scope: This Topic seeks to encompass a broad range of scopes within the realm of psychology and work-related health and well-being, including, but not limited to:
- The Psychosocial Work Environment: How do organizational culture, leadership styles, and interpersonal dynamics impact employees’ stress levels, burnout, job satisfaction, and mental health?
- Work–Life Balance: What are the psychological implications of achieving a healthy balance between work demands and personal life? How can individuals and organizations collaborate to foster work–life integration?
- Stress and Coping Mechanisms: Explore the role of psychological factors in moderating the impact of workplace stressors. What coping strategies and resilience-building techniques are effective in maintaining well-being?
- Job Design and Engagement: How do job roles, tasks, and responsibilities influence employees’ engagement, motivation, and psychological well-being?
- Psychological Safety: Investigate how a psychologically safe work environment contributes to better mental health outcomes, creativity, and innovation among employees.
- Leadership and Employee Support: Examine the significance of supportive leadership in fostering a conducive atmosphere for employees' psychological well-being, professional growth, and job satisfaction.
- Remote Work and Virtual Teams: With rising popularity remote working, what are the psychological implications for employees' well-being, social connections, and sense of belonging?
- Health Promotion and Intervention Programs: Showcase evidence-based interventions, such as mindfulness programs, wellness initiatives, and mental health support services, that organizations can implement to enhance employee well-being.
Prof. Dr. Ana Isabel Beltrán-Velasco
Prof. Dr. Vicente Javier Clemente Suárez
- health promotion
- work-related health
- psychology safety
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