Erik's research concern how the labour market changes and how these changes affect working life in general and the individual in particular. Specifically, he has focused on the concept of employability. His research also concerns working conditions in general but specifically working conditions for managers in the public sector.
Johan's research interests relate to the study of organizational change processes, particularly organizational work environment interventions. He also focuses on conceptualization and measurement of working conditions, understanding what components a change process consists of and developing new strategies for mixed methods evaluation of organizational level work environment interventions. He has published his work in Work & Stress, Human Relations and Nordic Journal of Working Life Studies.
Paul's main research interests revolve around the psychosocial work environment, including its antecedents, mechanisms and outcomes. Over the last few years, he has focused especially on work-related determinants of workplace bullying and the effects of bullying on mental health and other outcomes such as disability pensioning and sickness absence. Other research interests involve sickness presenteeism, ageing and ageism at work, workplace violence and sexual harassment, quality of leadership, and organisational justice.
National Research Centre for the Working Environment, Denmark
Marit’s research interests are mainly within the field of positive occupational health psychology. More specifically her research topics deal with the psychosocial work environment, work engagement, co-workership, productivity, and development and validation of work environment surveys. She is in the research group leading the ARK-project (work environment and climate surveys in the academic sector).
Pascale Le Blanc's research focuses on ways to enhance workers' sustainable employability - looking at factors such as leadership, teamwork, job crafting and work engagement - and comprises theoretical as well as intervention studies.
Antonio Chirumbolo teaches courses on Psychometrics and Data Analysis in Psychology. His research interests regards occupational stress and well-being; the individual and organizational consequences of job insecurity and its mediators and moderators; the role of personality in work contexts; the development of instruments for assessing individual differences in organizational research.
The focus of Arla Day's research, teaching, and consulting activities is on assessing and improving employee and organizational well-being and effectiveness. Arla is a board member of The CN Centre for Occupational Health and Safety, and she chairs the Nova Scotia Psychological Healthy Workplace Program committee. She has authored many articles and book chapters pertaining to healthy workplaces, occupational stress, employee well-being, and work-life balance.
Anneleen Forrier's research interests include employability, careers, (re)employment and ageing policies. She published her research in leading scholarly journals such as Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology, Journal of Vocational Behavior, Journal of Management Studies and Ageing and Society.
Ulla Kinnunen's research interests focus on occupational well-being from the perspectives of stress, burnout, engagement and recovery, including research on job insecurity and temporary employment, leadership and the work-family interface.
Maria Nordin's research interests lies within health psychology in general and occupational health psychology in particular. Her research revolves much around psychosocial work factors, especially social support, and sleep.
Magnus Sverke's research interests include organizational change and its effects on employees, downsizing and job insecurity, labor market flexibility and employment contracts, employee attitudes and well-being, work climate and employee motivation, union member attitudes and behavior, as well as career development.