Poll after poll suggests that a large number of employees feel disengaged at work. But instead of blaming your organizational culture or boss, why not take steps to make your job more meaningful and interesting? Job crafting is a process that encourages you to do just that. In Positive Psychology, Catherine Moore offers a succinct overview of what job crafting entails – including links to research studies and worksheets. It’s an informative read for human resources professionals and offers potentially life-changing tools to employees who want their job to be more than a paycheck.
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Catherine Moore is a psychologist, organizational development facilitator and HR manager.
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