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Occupational psychology is the study of human behaviour in the workplace. Occupational psychology is particularly associated with: employers’ recruitment selection methods (for example, selecting someone who is the right psychological fit for the job); improving productivity (for example, staff motivation); and employees coping with stress.
8 Dec 2005
Tesco introduces musical sandwich to brighten up desk-bound lunches.
27 Sep 2005
The nation chewed its collective fingernails watching England win the recent Ashes series. But how did the players prevent the gremlins of self doubt setting in?
30 Aug 2005
Stress management is the key to business success according to a survey of managers.
23 Aug 2005
Trade unions in Scotland are demanding an inquiry after managers at HBOS bank tried to motivate two employees by leaving...
3 Aug 2005
Private sector workers have a greater sense of pride in their workplace and its management.
8 Jul 2005
Employers offered advice on dealing with post-terror attack trauma at work.
7 Jul 2005
Nearly three-quarters of employers are seeing the benefits of dress-down days in the workplace.
1 Jun 2005
More than one-in-four women executives would consider cosmetic surgery to improve their career prospects, according to a survey.
22 Dec 2004
Two sailors, one male and one female, have had cosmetic breast surgery at the Navy's expense
3 Nov 2004
The majority of UK businesses now have strategies in place to deal with stress at work, according to the Institute...