Psychology at Workplace
Editor: Siti Aisyah Panatik & Wan Mohd Azam Wan Mohd Yunus
Publisher: UTM Press
Psychology refers to the study of human behaviour and mental processes. The workplace setting involves complex interrelationship of human beings that share common goals of the organisation. This volume highlights pertinent psychological issues in the context of the workplace. It consists of ten chapters covering five main themes: work-related attitudes and behaviours, stress management, workplace personality, psychosocial work environment and Muslim women at work. These themes are explored through the lenses of conceptual and empirical evidences that include psychological concepts and theories of emotional intelligence, turnover intentions, organization citizenship behaviour, humour, stress, personality, work engagement, leadership, knowledge sharing, social characteristics, motivation and decision making. This edited book is expected to provide academics, researchers, and practitioners with useful insights, particularly in the field of industrial and organizational psychology.