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Boss competence and worker well being

Boss competence and worker well being

... Nearly all workers have a supervisor or ‘boss’. Yet little is known about how bosses influence the quality of employees’ lives. This study is a cautious attempt to provide new formal evidence. First, it is shown that a ...

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Well-Being, Authority, and Worth

Well-Being, Authority, and Worth

... faring well involves both endorsement and ...toward well-being, though it counts for less than the ...fares well since we are supposing that he endorses his worthless activity, but he ...

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Cultural diversity and subjective well-being

Cultural diversity and subjective well-being

... subjective well-being (Waldron 2010), and since the impact of immigration and of a diverse society is a highly debated topic (Finney and Simpson 2009), surprisingly little research has been done on the ...

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The Optimum Level of Well-Being

The Optimum Level of Well-Being

... subjective well- being or the subjective evaluation of one’s ...as being hierarchically organized to emphasize complexity of the concept (see Diener, Scollon, & Lucas, 2003, for more ...

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How to design for well being? :
a methodology on design for well being to embody well being in ViSi Mobile

How to design for well being? : a methodology on design for well being to embody well being in ViSi Mobile

... and well-being via mediation ...which well- being becomes ...defining well-being in context as a set of ...that well-being cannot solely become defined by users ...

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Marriage and the Well-Being of Children

Marriage and the Well-Being of Children

... s well- being has become the focal consider- ation in legal and public policy debates regarding same-sex ...things being equal, it is best for a child that it be raised in a single home by its ...

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Volunteer Work and Well-Being*

Volunteer Work and Well-Being*

... of well-being, researchers almost always emphasize the “social causation” implications of their find- ings, pleased that they can rule out “selection” ...and well-being both facili- tate their ...

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SOCIAL RELATIONSHIP AND WELL BEING

SOCIAL RELATIONSHIP AND WELL BEING

... Thus our social relationships have significant influence on enhancing our well-being. They increase our happiness and life satisfaction. R.F. Baumeister (2013) has found in his research that relationships ...

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Interpersonal comparisons of well being

Interpersonal comparisons of well being

... Arrow’s (1951, 1963) fundamental theorem states that there do not exist satisfactory welfarist principles if the only information that can be used in social evaluation is ordinally measurable and interpersonally ...

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Well-being and health in adolescents with disabilities

Well-being and health in adolescents with disabilities

... The Health Behavior in School-aged Children (HBSC) is a cross-national research study conducted in collabor- ation with the WHO Regional Office for Europe. The study aims to gain new insight into, and increase our un- ...

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Well being across America

Well being across America

... Figure 5 illustrates that fact. There exists no statistically significant correlation, although a best-fitting line would have a very small positive gradient, between state well- being and state GDP per ...

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Impact of educational system on pupils’ well-being: Measurement construction of psychological, cognitive and social well-being

Impact of educational system on pupils’ well-being: Measurement construction of psychological, cognitive and social well-being

... cognitive well-being could be the benefits of having parents with educational resources, who to a higher degree than others can provide educational support and guidance to their children (Bukodi & ...

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Measuring mental well being in Norway: validation of the Warwick Edinburgh Mental Well being Scale (WEMWBS)

Measuring mental well being in Norway: validation of the Warwick Edinburgh Mental Well being Scale (WEMWBS)

... mental well-being in different samples, such as overall population samples [9, 11, 12], students [9, 13], teenagers [14, 15], clinical samples [16, 17], and ethnic minority samples ...mental ...

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Well-being in Healthcare: Psychological Well-Being, Burnout, and Work Engagement in Long-Term Care Employees

Well-being in Healthcare: Psychological Well-Being, Burnout, and Work Engagement in Long-Term Care Employees

... The Job Demands-Resources (JD-R) model posits that both job demands and job resources affect employee well-being, including the experience of burnout or work engagement. More recent studies adding to the ...

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The Anatomy of Subjective Well-Being

The Anatomy of Subjective Well-Being

... Consequently, we may assess the effect of various explanatory variables in terms of contributing positively or negatively to Subjective Well-Being. We may also consider the substitution ratio between ...

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Employee Health and Well Being:

Employee Health and Well Being:

... At first glance, it would appear that younger, less tenured clients are more susceptible to well-being problems because of their youth and lower job experience. Younger Canadians, generally, report more ...

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Locus of hope and subjective well-being

Locus of hope and subjective well-being

... child’s well-being as parents are able to lower their child’s anxiety their warmth and attention (Browne & Shlosberg, ...subjective well-being in such a way that sibling attachment or ...

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12 - HEALTH AND WELL-BEING

12 - HEALTH AND WELL-BEING

... In addition, Georgia has a number of institutions for persons with disabilities (of all ages). In a 2012 report, the Public Defender of Georgia published its account of the state of human rights in these institutions. It ...

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Well-Being and Organizational Outcomes

Well-Being and Organizational Outcomes

... between well-being and organizational ...ployee well-being and organizational outcomes influenced each ...as well as climate and practices often associated with engage- ment, including ...

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Boss Competence and Worker Well-being

Boss Competence and Worker Well-being

... A coherent objection to Table’s 4 estimates is that they are biased because of the fact that the personality of the worker is here an omitted variable. Hence it might be that inherently ‘cheerful’ people tend both to ...

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