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  • 1. Atty. Harve B. Abella, Esq. 5:30- 6:30PM MWF
  • 2. Introduction
    • Various names of Industrial/Organizational Psychology
        • I-O Psychology
        • Work Psychology
        • Work and Organizational Psychology
        • Occupational Psychology
        • Personnel Psychology
        • Talent Assessment
  • 3. What is I/O psychology?
    • The application of psychological principles to the workplace (anywhere people work)
    • Helping people do their jobs
      • Helping employers treat employees fairly
      • Helping make jobs more interesting and satisfying
      • Helping workers to be more productive
  • 4. Treating employees fairly
    • Treating people from diverse backgrounds fairly
      • Selecting people for jobs
      • Providing training
      • Rewarding promotions/raises
      • Addressing workplace concerns
    • Assessing performance accurately
  • 5. Making Jobs more interesting & satisfying
    • Designing jobs people will find satisfying
      • Rewarding work
      • Safe, efficient work areas
    • Motivating employees to perform
    • Creating teams that work well together
      • Combining diverse talents and perspectives
  • 6. Helping people be more productive
    • Designing work patterns that enhance efficiency
    • Providing skills training and development
    • Helping to meet the challenges of competition
    • Moving past downsizing
  • 7. Area of Concern
    • The application of psychological theories, research methods, and intervention strategies to workplace issues
      • To make organizations more productive
      • Ensures workers are able to lead physically and psychologically healthy lives
      • HUMAN BEHAVIOR IN THE WORK CONTEXTS
  • 8. Definition of I/O Psych
    • Guion 1965
      • “ the scientific study of the relationship between man and the work of work… in the process of making a living”
    • Blum & Naylor (1968)
      • “ the application or extension of psychological facts and principles to the problems concerning human beings operating within the context of business and industry”
  • 9. I/O PSYCHOLOGIST
    • SCIENTIST-PRACTITIONER
      • Use of scientific principles
      • Use of research-based design to generate knowledge
      • Use what you have learned to help organizations address workplace needs and concerns
      • HUMAN RESOURCES
      • PERSONNEL
      • CONSULTANTS