11-14 January 2022

SEC, Glasgow, Scotland



We are aware of the new strain of COVID-19 and restrictions arising in the UK and in particular Scotland. We are closely following developments and considering the implications of these as they arise

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Covid Information


It is exciting now to be embarking on the final preparations knowing that the restrictions on travel are being relaxed everywhere and rates of vaccination are constantly increasing and are particularly high across Europe.   The EAWOP Congress may be the first opportunity for our community of Work and Organizational Psychology academics and practitioners to once again meet and share ideas.


Over the last year we have sometimes wondered whether a face-to-face congress would be possible, but now the advice we have been given from our venue and government sources, coupled with  easier travel and the successful opening up of other  events gives us the confidence to focus on delivering  a face-to-face event.  We will of course be taking steps to ensure that our meeting is as safe as possible for everyone.  This includes asking delegates for evidence of vaccination or immunity, or a recent negative test.  We will also be asking for delegates to wear masks around the congress venue.

We have been very pleased with the large number of submissions we received showing how much excellent work has been carried out over the last two years.  Our interactive programme is now available – so you can see for yourself what colleagues have been working on.   This is in addition to our invited programme featuring some of our leading scientists and practitioners – based on our congress theme: Interventions at Work – Integrating Science and Practice. While the theme was agreed before the pandemic, it seems particularly appropriate when we have all been thinking about the countless changes to our lives and workplaces it has brought.  


Registration is now open for the congress. You can also book for our extensive programme of workshops which take place on Tuesday 11th January.  Topics range from methodological approaches to new interventions at work. Full details are available here.

The Congress location is Glasgow, Scotland. This is an exciting city with a vibrant culture as well as an interesting industrial history. There are plenty of restaurants, hotels and places to visit. There are direct flights from many European cities so it is easy to access. Our congress will be at the purpose-built conference centre on the banks of the river. Check out our venue for more information. We have negotiated pay-on-arrival terms with many hotels around the SEC congress centre if you book via our link.

We look forward to seeing you in Glasgow.

Slàinte mhath* 

Helen Baron, Chair, Congress Taskforce 

Frederik Anseel, President, EAWOP

Ian Bushnell, Programme Chair

*The traditional Scottish Gaelic toast when raising a glass. It is pronounced slan-ge-var. It means “good health”.


Many people have contributed to developing the EAWOP 2022 Congress both in developing the programme and all the other organisation required to bring a large event to fruition.  We would like to thank the following people as well as the many others who have helped, including the EAWOP Executive Committee, and the staff of the British Psychological Society and Redactive.

EAWOP 2022 Task Force

Helen Baron (Chair)

Ian Bushnell

Gail Kinman

Simon Toms

EAWOP 2022 Programme Committee

Frederik Anseel

Helen Baron

Ian Bushnell (Chair)

Angela Carter

Nik Chmiel

Ingrid Covington

Jonathan Cox

Franco Fraccaroli

Gudela Grote

Guido Hertel

Monica Molino

Karina Nielsen

Rosalind Searle

Simon Toms

EAWOP 2022 International Advisory Group

Tammy D. Allen

David Bartram

Uta Bindl

Corine Boon

Rob Briner

Anja Van den Broeck

Michael Clinton

Kevin Daniels

Eva Derous

Maureen Dollard

Nancy Doyle

Anders Dysvik

Stale Einarsen

Michael Frese

Richard Griffith

David Guest

Deanne Den Hartog

Alex Haslam

Ana Hernández

Joeri Hofmans

David Holman

Henry Honkanen

Dragos Iliescu

Ute-Christine Klehe

Jessie Koen

Ellen Kossek

Barbara Kożusznik

Richard Kwiatkowski

Jonas Lang

Terri Morrissey

Dierdre O’Shea

Elaine Pulakos

José María Peiró

Diana Rus

Joan Tiernan

Donald M. Truxillo

Ole Tunold

Stephan Ute

Lisa Van Der Werff

Annika Wilhelmy

Bart Wille

Stephen Woods

Despoina Xanthopoulou 

Hannes Zacher

EAWOP Virtual Conference 2021

Viral Strain? Working life in the COVID pandemic – 27 May 2021

In addition to EAWOP 2022 in Glasgow in January 2022, EAWOP is organising a virtual conference which will focus on the impact the pandemic has had on our lives and the profound changes it has made to the way we work.

In what ways has the virus strained working life and how has it forced workplaces to change for the better? 

The aim of this one day conference, organised in collaboration with the British Psychological Society, is to invite leading scholars and practitioners from across the world to provide their insights – derived from research and practice – on how the COVID pandemic has reshaped working lives, the impact of these changes on employees, and how organisations can respond productively to the challenges presented by the pandemic.

The event will be open to all and free for EAWOP members with discounted rates for BPS DOP members.

Find out more about this exciting programme and register now.