Table of Contents -- INTRODUCTION -- Chapter 1. Stuck between a rock and a hard place: Quality of work life; Reilly, N. P -- FOUNDATIONS -- Chapter 2. Professional ethical standards: The journey towards effective codes of ethics; Bateman, C.R -- Chapter 3. Employee well-being: An integrative perspective; Sirgy, M.J -- Chapter 4. Work stress: Help me get my feet back on the ground; Mickel, A. E.; Dallimore, E.J -- ETHICS AT WORK -- SUBSECTION: INDIVIDUAL SOURCES OF DILEMMAS -- Chapter 5. Mentoring in organizations: Mentor of tormentor?; Hurst, C. S.; Eby, L. T. Chapter 6. Selection for training: The forgotten employment decision?; Gorman, C. A.; Thibodeaux, C. N.; Eisenger, S. E.; Overstreet, B. L -- Chapter 7. Career stagnation: Underlying dilemmas and solutions in contemporary work environments; Abele, A; E., Volmer, J.; Spurk, D. Chapter 8. Employee well-being: Can performance management systems help? Yes, but they sure can hurt too!; Levy, P. E.; Herb, K.; Frantz, N.; Carr, A -- Chapter 9. Counterproductive work behaviors and their ethical dilemmas: Creating just, respectful, and productive organizations; Mazzola, J. J.; Kessler, S. R -- Chapter 10. Ethical imperatives of work/life balance; Bulger, C. A.; Fisher, G. G -- Chapter 11. When sending flowers is not enough: The eldercare dilemma in the workplace Shoptaugh; C. F., Visio; M. E.; Phelps, J. A -- Chapter 12. A new layer to inclusion: Creating singles-friendly work environments; Casper, W. J.; DePaulo, B -- SUBSECTION: ORGANIZATIONAL SOURCES OF DILEMMAS -- Chapter 13. Perceptions of justice in employee benefits; Spell, C.S.; Bezrukova, K -- Chapter14. Telecommuting and flexible work hours: Alternative work arrangements that can improve the quality of work life; Breaugh, J. A.; Farabee, A. M -- Chapter 15. Remote working and work-life balance; Sullivan, C -- Chapter 16. Ethical leadership and core job characteristics: Designing jobs for employee well-being; Piccolo, R. F.; Greenbaum, R. L.; Eissa, G -- Chapter 17. Blame and credit attributions and quality of work life: The effect of organizational structure; Gibson, D. E.; McCann, K -- Chapter 18. Teamwork, ethics and the quality of working life; Sewell, G -- Chapter 19. Workplace violence and aggression: When you don’t want your company on the news; Neuman, J. H -- Chapter 20. Hostile work environment: “Is it just me or is it chilly in here?”; Leung, A. S. M.; Snape, E -- Chapter 21.Sexual Harassment: “Is it just me or are you hot?”; Nelson, C. G.; Carroll, K. A. SUBSECTION: CULTURAL SOURCES OF DILEMMAS -- Chapter 22. Generational differences: Something old, something new; Gardner, D.; Macky, K. Chapter 23. Religious diversity in the workplace; Ball, C -- Chapter 24. An overview of workplace spirituality and its likely relationship with employee well-being; Pawar, B -- INTEGRATION: THE ROAD AHEAD -- Chapter 25. From non-malfeasance to beneficence: Key criteria, approaches and ethical issues relating to positive employee health and well-being; Page, K. M.; Vella-Brodrick, D. A.    .

Employees have personal responsibilities as well as responsibilities to their employers. They also have rights. In order to maintain their well-being, employees need opportunities to resolve conflicting obligations. Employees are often torn between the ethical obligations to fulfill both their work and non-work roles, to respect and be respected by their employers and coworkers, to be responsible to the organization while the organization is reciprocally responsible to them, to be afforded some degree of autonomy at work while attending to collaborative goals, to work within a climate of mutual employee-management trust, and to voice opinions about work policies, processes and conditions without fear of retribution. Humanistic organizations can recognize conflicts created by the work environment and provide opportunities to resolve or minimize them. This handbook empirically documents the dilemmas that result from responsibility-based conflicts. The book is organized by sources of dilemmas that fall into three major categories: individual, organizational (internal policies and procedures), and cultural (social forces external to the organization), including an introduction and a final integration of the many ways in which organizations can contribute to positive employee health and well-being. This book is aimed at both academicians and practitioners who are interested in how interventions that stem from industrial and organizational psychology may address ethical dilemmas commonly faced by employees.                

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