EVENT: Psychology Special Colloquium: What shapes work design and how work design shapes employee wellbeing (Dr. Daniela Andrei)
|Psychology Special Colloquium: What shapes work design and how work design shapes employee wellbeing (Dr. Daniela Andrei)
Title: What shapes work design and how work design shapes employee wellbeing
There is already considerable evidence around the positive effects good work design for a wide range of individual and organisational outcomes. But although we know a great deal about how enriched work designs enhance employee wellbeing and organisational productivity, little research has investigated how individuals actually design work. Similarly, less attention is given in the work design literature to understanding the interplay of different types of work demands and their effects on employees. During my talk, I will present my research addressing these two major gaps in work design literature. First, I will present results from a series of studies investigating how individuals actually design work for others using a survey-based simulation paradigm. Then, I will present results from a large-scale survey study conducted in the maritime industry looking at how different types of work demands shape employee psychological wellbeing. Throughout my presentation, I will highlight how these studies fit into my wider research program focusing on work design, safety and wellbeing at work and how I plan to extend this research into the near future.
Daniela Andrei is a Research Fellow at the Business School, University of Western Australia working across two world class research centres: Centre for Transformative Work Design (CTWD) and Centre for Safety (C4S). Daniela completed her PhD in Psychology at Babes-Bolyai University in Romania in 2010 where she was also an Assistant Professor of Work and Organisational Psychology. In 2012, after being awarded the competitive GO8 European Fellowship, she joined UWA, where she continued as a Research Fellow. She will present this colloquia as part of the selection process in recruitment of the Level B position in the School of Psychological Science.
Dr. Daniela Andrei
Bayliss Lecture Theatre G.33
: 6488 3267
Fri, 18 Aug 2017 14:00
Fri, 18 Aug 2017 15:00
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