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Future Of Occupational Psychology In India

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What do we mean by “Occupational Psychology”? “It is the study concerned with the performance of people at work in training, how organisations function and how individuals and small groups behave at work. The aim of this area of psychology is to increase the effectiveness of the organisation, and to improve the job satisfaction of the individual by understanding their life style and their work. The speciality is broader in scope and less formalised than most other areas of psychology, and it touches on the diverse fields including ergonomics, personnel management, and time management. The Civil Service is one of the largest single employers of occupational psychologists: the prison service, the Home Office, the Employment Department Group (including the Employment Service), the Ministry of Defence, and the Civil Service Commission all employ occupational psychologists.” What do Occupational Psychologists do? Occupational psychologists advise companies on improv...

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