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Personal relationships: the effect on employee attitudes, behaviour, and well-being

Contributor(s): Eby, Lillian Turner de Tormes [Editor] | Allen, Tammy D [Editor].
Series: SIOP Organizational Frontiers Series. Publisher: New York Routledge 2012Description: xxxiii, 467 p.ISBN: 9780415876476.Subject(s): Organizational behavior | Psychology, Industrial | Interpersonal relations | Employees - Attitudes | Psychology | Industrial and Organizational PsychologyDDC classification: 302.35 Summary: We know that positive, fulfilling and satisfying relationships are strong predictors of life satisfaction, psychological health, and physical well-being. This edited volume uses research and theory on the need to belong as a foundation to explore various types of relationships, with an emphasis on the influence of these relationships on employee attitudes, behaviors and well-being. The book considers a wide range of relationships that may affect work attitudes, specifically, supervisory, co-worker, team, customer and non-work relationships. The study of relationships spans many sub-areas within I/O Psychology and Social Psychology, including leadership, supervision, mentoring, work-related social support, work teams, bullying/interpersonal deviance and the work/non work interface.
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Includes bibliographical references and index
A publication of the society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology

We know that positive, fulfilling and satisfying relationships are strong predictors of life satisfaction, psychological health, and physical well-being. This edited volume uses research and theory on the need to belong as a foundation to explore various types of relationships, with an emphasis on the influence of these relationships on employee attitudes, behaviors and well-being. The book considers a wide range of relationships that may affect work attitudes, specifically, supervisory, co-worker, team, customer and non-work relationships. The study of relationships spans many sub-areas within I/O Psychology and Social Psychology, including leadership, supervision, mentoring, work-related social support, work teams, bullying/interpersonal deviance and the work/non work interface.

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