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This is the official website of the European Association of Work and Organizational Psychology (EAWOP)

Dear members of EAWOP, dear colleagues and friends,

EAWOP is the leading organization in Europe when it comes to evidence-informed science and practice on people, work and organizations. For over 30 years, EAWOP has been connecting work and organizational psychologists across Europe to contribute to meaningful and decent work, to improve management and organizations. Please check-out our website to see the many activities that we support.

Together we create EAWOP. I would therefore like to call upon you to contribute to an even more thriving EAWOP with your membership, ideas and participation. Please use the opportunities offered by this website as well as contact me and the other EC members directly to share ideas, concerns, start initiatives and build stronger networks.



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EAWOP Newsletter March 2024

Dear EAWOP Member,
We hope you had a delightful weekend. We greatly appreciate your ongoing engagement, especially with our March 2024 newsletter, which is brimming with exciting news. We kindly encourage you to share our newsletter within your network to ensure that the benefits of these updates reach fellow academics and practitioners.

EAWOP Worklab 2024

We are pleased to announce that the 2024 WorkLab will be on the topic of “Coaching”.  We are excited that Professor Rebecca Jones from Henley Business School will be leading the workshop.  More details will be available shortly on our website, but please save the dates:  31st October -2nd November if you are a practitioner who is interested in effective coaching interventions for individuals and organisations and would like to join us. We are currently looking at a lovely venue in Lisbon, one of Europe’s most ancient cities.

EAWOP Small Group Meetings (SGM) – Submission of abstracts

“Challenges in Work Stress: Advancing the knowledge about challenge stressors and recommendations for addressing ambivalent work demands in policy and practice” is the topic for the SGM that will be held at the University of Graz, Austria on September 12th-13th, 2024. Submission deadline: May 1st, 2024.
Applicants are invited to submit their abstracts (up to 750 words) by 1 May 2024 to Abstracts should the structured as follows:
1. research goals
2. theoretical background
3. methodology
4. results
5. limitations
6. conclusions incl. implications for research, policy, and/or practice
7. relevance to the SGM topics

Conceptual, review, and practitioner papers are welcomed as well. However, the general structure of these abstracts should be modified to fit the scope of the paper. Applicants will be notified about the acceptance of their presentations by 15th June 2024

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Transition to a fully digital format for the Organisational Psychology Review Journal (OPR)

We would like to announce some important news regarding one of the EAWOP-sponsored Journals, the Organisational Psychology Review.
As part of our ongoing efforts to embrace more sustainable practices, as of the 1st of January 2024, we have transitioned to distributing the Journal in a fully digital format. Members will still be able to access OPR through the EAWOP portal (please note that you have to be signed in to access the link), or through university library subscriptions.
If you have any questions or need any assistance, please send an email to

EAWOP Summer school 2024 – KEY speaker update

We are delighted that Prof Ryan Duffy, editor of Journal of Vocational Behavior and leading scholar around Decent Work, has joined the list of speakers for our 2024 Summer School in Edinburgh! Join us for what promises to be a stimulating and worthwhile event!

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Announcement of the EAWOP Early CAreer RESearchers MEntoring (EAWOP CARES ME) Grant – Deadline extended

The European Association of Work and Organizational Psychology (EAWOP) is extending the deadline for its "EAWOP Early Career Researchers Mentoring Grant" program. This initiative aims to support early career researchers in developing and implementing new research projects under the guidance of senior researchers based in a different country. The research topic should be consistent with the main theme of the next 2025 EAWOP Congress, which is “Changing working environments: challenges & opportunities”.
Applications must be submitted by March 20th, 2024, to Monica Molino at - Late or incomplete submissions will not be considered.

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EAWOP Member Achieves Global Recognition with Entrepreneurship Research Award - Prof. Dr. Michael Frese

On March 6th 2024, the prestigious Global Award for Entrepreneurship Research recognized Prof. Michael Frese, alongside Robert Baron, for their outstanding contributions to entrepreneurship research. This marks the first time the award has been given to psychologists. Congratulations Prof. Michael Frese and Robert Baron.

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That is it for now, until next Newsletter, you can find us on LinkedIn, Facebook and X (Twitter). We wish you a wonderful week, EAWOP EC

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