DIOP Wellbeing Survey


A major imperative of the Division of Industrial-Organizational Psychology (DIOP) is to strengthen its research capacity in investigating I/O related topics with community-wide impact. In doing so, we are excited to launch a research survey to better understand the wellbeing of the general public in 2020.
 

We would like to invite your great support to complete the survey which will take about 5 minutes. While we aim to collect a minimum of 500 responses in Hong Kong, we are also in active discussion with professional parties in other regions regarding the collection of survey responses from different locations for cross-cultural insights. Thus, we highly appreciate your sharing of the survey link with others in your network for them to complete the survey as well.
 

If you wish to receive updates on the results, please leave your email at the end of the survey. If you have any questions, please contact the DIOP EXCO at diopsec@gmail.com. Thank you in advance for your support!

Division of Industrial-Organizational Psychology (DIOP) (of the Hong Kong Psychological Society)
The Division of Industrial-Organizational Psychology (DIOP) was established in May 2000 under the Hong Kong Psychological Society (HKPS). We are a professional association that promotes the identity, professional status and recognition of industrial-organizational psychologists in Hong Kong. 
 
I-O Psychology & I-O Psychologists
Industrial-Organizational Psychology (I-O Psychology), also known as occupational psychology, work psychology and business psychology, is the study of human behaviour in the workplace.
 
Professional Training and Qualification 
I-O psychologists work in all types of organisations in both public and private sectors, and across a variety of fields and industries. Learn how to enroll to professional training programs and obtain professional qualification. 
 
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