Coping with Work Stress: A Review and Critique

Coping with Work Stress: A Review and Critique

Philip J. Dewe, Michael P. O*Driscoll, Cary L. Cooper

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Description:

This book reviews and critiques the most up-to-date research on coping strategies for individuals and organizations to deal with the growing problem of work stress and lack of overall well-being at work. The nature of coping with stress in the workplace is defined, successful methodologies are reviewed, and the feedback from individuals and organizations described in the book, as well as the search for new and more effective coping techniques is emphasized as well. Topics covered include:

  • Work Stress and Coping: Setting the Scene
  • Coping: The Measurement Debate
  • New Directions for Coping Research
  • Coping with Work-Life Conflict
  • Stress Management Interventions
  • Coping with Work Stress: An Agenda for the Future
"It provided a good intellectual romp through the latest strivings on the subject and should be considered a ‘must’ read." — Joe L. Field, CIH, CHMM
ISBN: 978-0-47009-9767-3
This is a Clearance publication – Original price is $59.95

Product Details:

Product ID: 11-003
Publication Year: 2010
Page length: 200 pages