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Larisa Karapetyan1
  • 1 Ural Federal University, 48, Kuibyshev Srt., Ekaterinburg 620026, Russia

The Emotional Well-being of Employee in Industry (In Russian)

2017. Vol. 7. No. 1. P. 31–50 [issue contents]
The aim of this work is to study the characteristics of emotional well-being of the employees of industrial enterprises (workers and engineering staff). The article presents a study of the relevance of emotional well-being of staff, reviewed the history of the studing of the problem and subjective conditions of emotional well-being, and describes the results of an empirical study of emotional wellbeing among employees of industrial enterprises. Method. Social and Psychological Adaptation Survey by C. R. Rogers and R. F. Dymond (SPA), a questionnaire SASQ M. Seligman (to identify attribution style), the method of «incomplete sentences», a technique using semantic differential descriptors. Results. The study allowed the author to formulate the basic conclusions about the differences in the structure of emotional well-being of workers and engineering and technical personnel, depending onits type: workers and engineers are predominantly high level of emotional well-being, the average levelof adaptation and moderately pessimistic. Engineering staff largely attributed to the success of their own active position in jobs, careers, workers prefer a more passive role, relying on luck. The scientific value is presented in the original three-dimensional model of emotional well-being, including levels of emotional evaluation (level of the unit), personal qualities (grade special) and implicit representations (general level), as well as a description of features of emotional well-being of different groups of personnel of the production sphere, associated with sex, age, education.

Citation: Karapetyan L. (2017) Osobennosti emotsional'nogo blagopoluchiya rabochikh i inzhenerno-tekhnicheskikh rabotnikov promyshlennykh predpriyatiy [The Emotional Well-being of Employee in Industry]. Organizacionnaâ psihologiâ (Organizational Psychology), vol. 7, no 1, pp. 31-50 (in Russian)
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