Work and Organizational Behaviour

Second edition

by Peter Sawchuk, Carolyn Forshaw, Militza Callinan & Martin Corbett

What's so special about Work & Organizational Behaviour?

It is the first book to offer balance of psychological and sociological perspectives, drawing on familiar areas from workplace psychology, but also taking readers to unfamiliar paradigms and research from the realm of sociology
Work and Organizational Behaviour is a groundbreaking book that bridges the gap between mainstream organizational behaviour texts and more critical sociological accounts of work. -Dr Melissa Tyler, Loughborough University, UK
It takes a critical approach, giving students the tools and prompting they need to evaluate competing viewpoints and become reflective, analytical thinkers
By taking a critical approach, this book offers new perspectives on the workplace and its many facets. -Dr Christian Waldstrøm, A arhus School of Business, Denmark
It offers a wealth of international case studies and examples, giving students insightful points of comparison with their own experiences in their home country
It is not all US-focused – students will have a more global appreciation of behaviour at work. -Dr Titus Oshagbemi, Queen’s University Belfast
It is written in a clear, accessible style
One of the most positive features of the book is the clarity of the language. -Dr Donald Hislop, Sheffield University Management School, UK
Click here to find out what’s new for the second edition of this groundbreaking text.