Work & Health
Susanne Täuber is an expert in moral motivation and defensive inaction. As a social psychologist working in Economics and Business, her research is interdisciplinary and spans questions of inequality, justice, trust, polarization, identity, and conflict. Täuber applies her research to understand the discrepancy between policy and actual progress, for instance with respect to health disparities between groups with low and high socio-economic status. In an NWO-funded project, Täuber demonstrated how the moralization of health polarizes society. She works with many organziations and the municipality in projects such as the "Healthy Livingroom".
Klaske Veth PhD is a professor in Sustainable HR at Hanze University of Applied Sciences in Groningen. She obtained her PhD at the Radboud University in Nijmegen on the theme Healthy Aging@Work (nominated for best dissertation at International HRM conference). She worked in various (managerial) HR positions and sectors. At the University of Utrecht she completed the postgraduate program Coaching and Consulting in Context. She has completed her initial study Management & Organizational Sciences ('with pleasure') at the University of Tilburg. Within her professorship Klaske Veth focuses on the research lines Well-being@Work (W@W) and Leadership containing topics such as (social psychological) HRM, work engagement, healthy aging, and (personal) leadership. She also gives lectures in (post-) bachelor's and master's degree programs and supervises graduates. She has published in various (inter) national (scientific) journals and presented at (scientific) conferences (inter)nationally.
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