Especially For Employers
The Psychologically Healthy Workplace Program is a collaborative effort between the American Psychological Association and the APA Practice Organization and is designed to help employers optimize employee well-being and organizational performance. The Program consists of APA's Psychologically Healthy Workplace Awards and a variety of APA Practice Organization resources, including Web site, newsletter, blog, podcast and programming for employers and the psychologists who work with them.
Applicants for the Psychologically Healthy Workplace awards are evaluated on their efforts in five areas:
- Employee Involvement
- Work-Life Balance
- Employee Growth and Development
- Health and Safety
- Employee Recognition
Make your workplace better
Psychology Topic: Workplace Issues
What you can do to improve the workplace, and how to get help.
Occupational stress and employee control
Employee control over work can reduce stress and enhance motivation and growth.
Resources available from the Psychologically Healthy Workplace Program
Good Company E-Newsletter
A newsletter to help organizations and their employees thrive.
Good Company podcast
APA's Assistant Executive Director for Corporate Relations and Business Strategy, Dr. David Ballard, discusses healthy workplace practices with business leaders and experts.
Good Company blog
The latest news from the Psychologically Healthy Workplace Program.