Coping, Health and Organizations

Coping, Health and Organizations

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This book reviews the current literature on the effects of work stress on employee health and performance, and how those effects may be mediated and/or moderated by both individual and group coping strategies. It explores the role of the organisation context in determining the relationships among stress, coping and health, and how manipulations of this context - organisational development - may afford opportunities to educate, encourage, support and reinforce employees coping with work more

Product details

  • Paperback | 318 pages
  • 156 x 235 x 25.4mm | 476g
  • Taylor & Francis Ltd
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 0748408231
  • 9780748408238

Table of contents

Introduction. Stress, coping and health in organisation. theoretical & Psychometric Considerations. Theories of coping at work. Coping as problem solving. The measurement of coping with stress. The functions of self-control behaviour. Coping with daily work problems. Enhancing competence as a means of coping with career crises. Coping with musculo-skeletal problems at work. Women, work and coping. Coping with acute disaters at work. Organisational Interventions. Framing and evaluating organisational actions to cope with stress at work. Individual and organizational strategies for coping with organisational change. Organisationally intended and non-intended coping. Organizational level interventions to reduce occupational stressors. Stresssors and coping in organisations: the role of EAPs. Concluding more