Psychology and the International Labor Organization: The role of psychology in the Decent Work Agenda

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Psychology and the International Labor Organization: The role of psychology in the Decent Work Agenda
Author(s)
Blustein David L., Masdonati Jonas, Rossier Jérôme
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International Labor Organization
Issued date
2017
Language
english
Number of pages
12
Abstract
The initial development of both the International Labor Organisation (ILO) and the psychological study of working can be traced to a period nearly a century ago when the labor market was in the throes of major changes. Now that many regions of the world are once again facing dramatic and far-reaching transformations in the world of work, the authors believe that it is important to connect the ILO and the psychological study of work and careers to maximize efforts to enhance the quality, availability, and security of work for all citizens across the globe. In this brief paper, the authors discuss some of the ways that psychology can inform the ILO mission.
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