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    The Association for Business Psychology is a professional body which champions the use of psychology in the workplace.

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    Conference and Awards 2016

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  • The ABP is proud to recognise the outstanding contributions of two individuals

    The ABP is proud to recognise the outstanding contributions of two individuals

    The ABP is proud to recognise the outstanding contributions of two individuals as Honorary Member and Volunteer of the Year.

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  • ABP Awards 2016. And the winners are...

    ABP Awards 2016 Winners. And the Winners are...

    On the 13th October, the Association for Business Psychology held its 2016 Workforce Experience Awards to “Celebrate Excellence in Business Psychology”.

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  • Financial Wellbeing and Inclusion

    Financial Wellbeing and Inclusion

    Kim Stephenson is a member of the ABP and specialises on the application of psychology in finance. The link below takes you to a paper which describes a model for applying our knowledge of psychology to finance and particularly debt. It was written as a result of Kim’s work with a charity, Toynbee Hall, so it’s likely to be helpful to anybody working in similar areas, such as with CAB, housing charities and so on.

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  • The Vision for the ABP Conference 2016

    The Vision for the ABP Conference 2016

    Eighty-seven percent of workers are either miserable or very miserable in their jobs. That was the finding of the 2013 Gallup Survey which analysed over 2.5 million people across 189 different countries.

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