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Organizational Psychological Services

What does an organizational psychologist do?

Organizational psychologists provide counseling and coaching services to organizations groups, businesses and employees.


Organizational psychology uses psychological principles and research methods to solve problems in the workplace and improve the quality the output of the organization and lives of those involved. They study workplace and organization productivity and management, direction development and input  and staff  working styles. They get a feel for the morale and personality of a company or organization. And they collaborate with management to assess needs and help plan policies, carry out screenings and training sessions, in developing a roadmap and plan for the future.

On the job, organizational psychologists:

  • Apply psychological research to the workplace

  • Work within human resources offices

  • Help businesses hire more qualified employees

  • Help train and motivate workforce

  • Assess job performance

  • Increase business efficiency

  • Improve organizational structure

  • Improve quality of life for employers and employees

  • Ease transitions such as corporate mergers

  • Study consumer behavior

  • Work as a consultant

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