What we do:
The Work Science Center promotes the psychological study of people and work in the 21st century. The Center leverages knowledge from psychological sciences and allied disciplines to:
1. Promote improved worker health, development, and well-being
2. Increase organizational value through improved job quality and work-life
3. Inform public policy makers to improve lives at work and beyond.
Why this Center:Shifting employment options, new work systems, and workforce changes are transforming how people experience work and career paths.
The Work Science Center focuses on the psychology of individual-context interactions that underlie working experiences, career biographies, employability, behavior, health, and well-being.
How we work:
We promote progress in basic and translational research on Work Science Center topics through mini-conferences, workshops, our Thinking Forward paper series, news and event announcements, and regular newsletters.