The British Psychology Society's Occupational Digest is a blog dedicated to how psychology matters in the workplace.
It follows the success of the award-winning BPS Research Digest which reports on psychology of every flavour. The Occupational Digest continues this spirit of reporting what matters, but keeps its sights firmly on what matters at work. This extends beyond academic findings to knowledge gathered through case studies and expert testimony. The purpose is to share evidence to help us understand work and make the most of it.
It is funded by the Division of Occupational Psychology and is intended for occupational psychology practitioners together with a wider audience who care about putting psychology to work, including HR professionals, occupational psychologists, managers, consultants, and students.
The site will initially focus on providing clear reports on recent research findings, and will evolve from this to the needs of its audience.
We live on Facebook on the Research Digest page and the editor, Alex Fradera, posts work psychology links on Twitter.