Welcome

Dear colleagues,

Our conference invites academic contributions on new developments, approaches and knowledge in the areas of work, well-being and performance research. We look forward to theoretical as well as empirical proposals, which open up new questions and inspire new ways of understanding people at work. Contributions from all areas of work, industrial, organisational, social and vocational psychology as well as HRM and organizational behaviour are welcome.

IWP has been one of the leading centres of work psychology research for over forty years and our seventh international conference promises to be the best yet. Share your ideas and get inspired by the newest developments, find fresh perspectives and dare to pose new questions, meet old friends and new collaborators, here at the Sheffield University Management School. A welcoming social programme will round up your experience with us. Submissions will open in the week beginning 30 September 2019.

On the following pages you will find information on important dates, guidelines, and further programme information. If you have any questions please do get in touch with us at: iwp.update@sheffield.ac.uk

We are looking forward to welcoming you to Sheffield in June.

IWP Conference Committee

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