[automatically translated] Since the foundation of the approach of Positive Psychology and its objectives and methods of research has increasingly strengthened the interest in the field of Psychology of Work and organizations, for research and study of these psychological factors can adequately represent the state of wellness in the workplace (Schaufeli and Bakker, 2006). For example Luthans (2002) tried to call attention to the study "positively oriented human resources, the strengths and psychological capacities that can be measured, developed and managed in an effective way to improve performance in the workplace "(p. 698). This study aims to present the results of the application of the Questionnaire on the Experience and Evaluation of Work (QEEW; Van Veldhoven and Meijman, 1994), a useful tool for welfare assessment at work which is widely used in northern Europe in reference to the template Job Demands-Resources (Bakker et al. 2010). The QEEW allows you to explore both the demands in the workplace that the resources which individuals may appeal, exploring both aspects of content that context, and proposing an evaluation of the welfare conditions perceived by the worker, through stairs such involvement and pleasure in work (Van Veldhoven and Broersen, 2003). The questionnaire, in its Italian form (Pace et al., 2010, 2011), has been administered to more than 1,300 workers, who were divided into professional scope function, the type of contract and the nature of the organization to which they belonged .
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|Publication status||Published - 2011|