An obvious question about the psychological contract in the modern world is: ROUSSEAU, D. (1995) Psychological contract in organizations: Understanding written and un written agreements. Newbury Park, California: Sage. To put it simply, in an employment context, the psychological contract is the equity or balance (typically perceived by the worker) between: the report also gives an overview of the organization of professional activity by employers. Stewart and Joines continue: “. Such changes usually present a challenge to a person`s frame of reference. The practitioner [therapist] and client [patient] will likely enter their working relationship with a disguised agenda. An important function of a treaty is to make the occult agenda explicit… GUEST, D.E., ISAKSSON, K. and DE WITTE, H.
(Hrsg.) (2010) Employment contracts, psychological contracts and employee well-being: an international study. . . .