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A Day in the Life of a Happy Worker

A Day in the Life of a Happy Worker
A Day in the Life of a Happy Worker
A Day in the Life of a Happy Worker is an edited collection on daily experiences of well-being in work settings. Bakker and Daniels, who have backgrounds in work and organisational psychology and organisational behavior, divide the book into two sections: theoretical (Chapters 2-5) and methodological (Chapters 6-10). In the first chapter, the editors provide an overview of the book and helpfully narrow down the reader ' s focus from positive psychology to well-being states.
0309-0590
779-781
Beigi, Mina
2986037e-5bb3-4ec0-be55-bf291ac17e24
Beigi, Mina
2986037e-5bb3-4ec0-be55-bf291ac17e24

Beigi, Mina (2013) A Day in the Life of a Happy Worker. Journal of European Industrial Training, 37 (8), 779-781. (doi:10.1108/EJTD-05-2013-0063).

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A Day in the Life of a Happy Worker is an edited collection on daily experiences of well-being in work settings. Bakker and Daniels, who have backgrounds in work and organisational psychology and organisational behavior, divide the book into two sections: theoretical (Chapters 2-5) and methodological (Chapters 6-10). In the first chapter, the editors provide an overview of the book and helpfully narrow down the reader ' s focus from positive psychology to well-being states.

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Published date: 2013

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Local EPrints ID: 413186
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/413186
ISSN: 0309-0590
PURE UUID: 25955e47-09fb-4122-95cd-d636947aa2c0

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Author: Mina Beigi

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