Vol 13, No 3 (2020)

Electronic Journal of Applied Statistical Analysis (Special Issue: Work and Organizational Psychology)

Work and Organizational Psychology

Emanuela Ingusci(a), Margherita Brondino(b), Evangelia Demerouti(c) and Monica Molino(d)

(a)University of Salento, Lecce, Italy
(b)University of of Verona, Italy
(c)Eindhoven Technology University, Netherlands
(d)University of Turin, Italy

The present special issue deals with some interesting topics related to Work and Organizational Psychology and it is inspired by the healthy workplaces issue, main theme of the 17th Congress of Italian Association of Psychologist, held in Lecce in 2019, called “The future of work, the work of future: the psychology to innovate, transform and develop in the organizations”. Healthy workplaces encourage and support physical and psychological health and well-being of employees. Moreover, a healthy organization focuses not only on a successful business but also on a positive connection between organizational profitability and workers’ well-being. This perspective incorporates four different levels of analysis: individual, group, organizational and inter- organizational, thus defining a systemic vision of work. Theoretical frame- works such as the Job Demands-Resources Model integrate these perspectives and can be used to strengthen the systemic vision of work. The Special Issue aims at deepening the knowledge about those factors related to work and well-being under a positive psychology perspective.

E. Ingusci, M. Brondino, E. Demerouti, M. Molino (Guest Editors of EJASA)

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Special Issue WOP2019

Does the association between workload and work engagement depend on being workaholic? A cross-cultural study on Italian and Canadian employees Details     pdf
Alessandro Lo Presti, Sevag Kevin Kertechian, Alfonso Landolfi 589 - 611

Italian adaptation of the Pemberton Happiness Index Details     pdf
Valeria Micheletto, Margherita Zito, Massimo Bustreo, Giorgio Gabrielli, Vincenzo Russo 612 - 633

Two is worse than one. The mediating role of precariousness of life in the association between qualitative job insecurity and distress among Italian temps Details     pdf
Flavio Urbini, Alessandro Lo Presti, Antonio Chirumbolo, Antonino Callea 634 - 651

What a difference a workplace makes. A scientometric analysis on the relationship between job crafting and healthy organizations’ factors Details     pdf
Cataldo Giuliano Gemmano, Fulvio Signore, Alessandro Oronzo Caffò, Giovanni Luca Palmisano, Andrea Bosco, Amelia Manuti 652 - 681

Smartphone-based interventions for employees' well-being promotion: a systematic review Details     pdf
Giulia Paganin, Silvia Simbula 682 - 712

Job satisfaction in a sample of nurses: A multilevel focus on work team variability about the head nurse's transformational leadership Details     pdf
Paola Gatti, Edoardo Pepe, Andrea Caputo, Marco Clari, Valerio Dimonte, Rosalie J. Hall, Claudio Giovanni Cortese 713 - 738

Teacher Stress and burnout: a study using MIMIC modelling Details     pdf
Maria Luisa Pedditzi, Eraldo Francesco Nicotra, Marcello Nonnis, Paola Grassi, Claudio Giovanni Cortese 739 - 757

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