OPENING CEREMONY

The beginning of the EAWOP 2019 Congress is now very close! It will start on Wednesday 29th of May at 5 p.m. with the Opening Ceremony, at the Centro Congressi Lingotto (Via Nizza 280 Torino). We will welcome you with music and a special guest, Professor and Senator for life of Italian Republic Elena Cattaneo […]

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INFORMATION ABOUT LINGOTTO AREA

The EAWOP 2019 Congress will take place at the Centro Congressi Lingotto in Turin. Below you can find some information about the area. Lingotto area is not in the centre of Turin, but it is less then 10 minutes far from it. You can take buses, trams or metro (6 metro stops from the Central […]

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MEET THE EDITORS AT THE EAWOP CONGRESS

During the EAWOP 2019 Congress, Alliance for Organizational Psychology will propose five special sessions. Among them, there will be the panel session “Meet the Editors:  Everything You’ve Always Wanted to Know about Publishing and Reviewing”. You will have the chance to meet the editors of top-tier journals in the field of Work and Organizational Psychology […]

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FREE ACCESS TO EJWOP PAPERS

To mark the forthcoming EAWOP 2019 Congress in Turin this month, European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology and Taylor & Francis have provided free access to the two papers selected by the editorial team as the best papers in 2017 and 2018, as well as the two most cited papers from those years. Below […]

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Special EAWOP President’s keynote

EAWOP’s President will propose two special keynotes at the end of the EAWOP 2019 Congress. One on policy impact will be given by Prof. Steve Kozlowski* and the other about scientific impact will be presented by Prof. Jason Shaw**. Here you have a preview of them. Science, Translation, and Policy Impact Steve Kozlowski Work and […]

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Keynote – Exciting Times for Work Design Theory and Research: Some New Discoveries and Directions

The EAWOP 2019 Congress will welcome a keynote presentation by Prof. Sharon Parker* on work design. We have a short preview of her presentation: “The importance of designing work to mitigate against psychosocial risks and to enhance performance has been of considerable interest for a long time. But with digitalization, new organisational forms, an ageing […]

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