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Posted By Heather Ette, 28 March 2018

Council for Work and Health present on the issues around the 'Gig' economy, Organisational justice and Social Justice

At the recent Health and Wellbeing at Work 2018 conference Dr Joanna Wilde C. Psychol., C.Sci., Consultant Organisational Psychologist and Director, Council for Work and Health delivered two important presentations of interest.

1. Psychological health in the 'GIG' economy

What precarious work is and how it causes harm; the prevalence of poor quality and precarious work and the role of "social causes" in morbidity and mortality

2. Organisational justice and social justice

Understanding the dynamics of workplace justice climate and the growing problem of justice violations; an overview of the dynamics of organisational justice; what types of outcomes can we consider in assessing justice climate; the current justice climate in our workplaces; organisational injustice and justice violations as health issues; where to start solving the problem of mental injury caused by workplace injustice

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Organisational Justice and social justice

Psychological health in the 'GIG' economy/Precarious Work

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