Most people have acquired extensive
knowledge about many topics. Some individuals, for example, know that bubbles
in Guinness beer seem to sink to the bottom rather than float to the top like
every other beer. Other individuals may know that French fries originated in
Belgium, Michael J Fox's middle name is Andrew, the pupils in goats’ eyes are
rectangular, the first US cheerleaders were men, and Fidel Castro once worked
as a Hollywood extra.
Despite this wealth of information,
fewer people are informed about a topic that affects every facet of their
lives: how to choose the best workplace.
Where Should I Work? Choosing the Best Place to
reader do just that. This is important since hundreds of
characteristics and features of organizations affect not only an employee’s job
satisfaction, but also their wellbeing. Thus, in the right organization people
cultivate a sense of meaning and purpose in life, and consequently they become
more likely to fulfill their goals, extend their skills, enhance their reputation
and improve their friendships.
Choosing the Best Place to Work
About the book
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About the authors
Simon Moss is Research Fellow at Deakin University in Melbourne, Australia, and was a senior lecturer at Monash University for 15 years. His primary expertise revolves around how policies and practices at organizations affect the resilience, capabilities, progress and wellbeing of individuals. He has written several books and over 50 scientific papers on leadership, personality, motivation, integrity and stress. Simon co-founded Zenith Professional Development, a company that has collated every scientific discovery that contradicts prevailing management beliefs and practices.