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A Division of Occupational Psychology publication examining issues in the occupational psychology community. This issue is a special DOP 2016 Annual Conference edition.
Letter from the Chair
New Developments: Introducing The Work-Life Balance Bulletin - A DOP Publication
Roxane L. Gervais
Work-Life Balance: A global perspective - Work-life balance in South African research: Patterns in progress
Antoni Barnard & Eileen Koekemoer
Supporting employee health by supporting their family life
Kristen S. Jennings
Gen Y research emphasises work-life balance
Carina Paine Schofield & Sue HonorÃ©
Updates: New Standards for a Stage 2 Qualification in Occupational Psychology
Almuth McDowall & Georgina Wong
Qualification in Occupational Psychology Board
Q & A with Bethan Law - Qualifications Officer, BPS
Interviewer: Angie Ingman
Views and Opinions: Senior executives' feelings during crisis situations: A pilot study with suggestions for possible further investigations
Teaching mindfulness: Should you or shouldn't you?
Integrating refugees in the workplace: Multiple perspectives
The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator: Still going strong and still getting it wrong
Ethics and integrity: Bad apple vs bad barrel?
Mary-Clare Race & Iain Smith
Working group updates: Going Green Working Group - 'Behaviour change in action' Conference 19 September 2016
Working group updates: An update from the Neurodiversity and Employment Working Group
David Russell and Chris Rossiter
Learning a Living: Work-life Balance in 2016
Gail Kinman & Christine Grant