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European Sociological Review, ISSN 0266-7215, 9/2004, Volume 20, Issue 4, pp. 345 - 361
Does teleworking contribute to the likelihood of community participation or social isolation? The secondary analysis of two European Working Conditions Surveys... 
Self employment | Volunteerism | Demography | Community participation | Scope of employment | Civics | Work hours | Children | Modeling | Social capital | MORTALITY | DIVERSITY | NETWORKS | HEALTH | SOCIOLOGY
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New Technology, Work and Employment, ISSN 0268-1072, 03/2008, Volume 23, Issue 1‐2, pp. 61 - 76
This paper describes and analyses an ‘officeless firm’, where all employees work from their own homes. Drawing upon observations and interviews, the modes of... 
ORGANIZATION | VIRTUAL TEAMS | CONFLICT | MANAGEMENT | RICHNESS | DYNAMIC NATURE | PERFORMANCE | BEHAVIOR | SYSTEMS | DIVERSITY | ERGONOMICS | TRUST
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by Kaptoge, Stephen and Di Angelantonio, Emanuele and Moore, Carmel and Walker, Michael and Walker, Matthew and Armitage, Jane and Ouwehand, Willem H and Roberts, David J and Danesh, John and Thompson, Simon G and Donovan, Jenny and Ford, Ian and Henry, Rachel and Hunt, Beverley J and le Huray, Bridget and Mehenny, Susan and Miflin, Gail and Green, Jane and Stredder, Mike and Watkins, Nicholas A and McDermott, Alan and Ronaldson, Clive and Thomson, Claire and Tolkien, Zoe and Williamson, Lindsay and Williamson, Lorna and Allan, David and Sambrook, Jennifer and Hammerton, Tracey and Bruce, David and Choudry, Fizzah and Ghvaert, Cedric and Jonston, Kirstie and Kelly, Anne and King, Andrew and King, Adam and Mo, Alfred and Page, Lizanne and Richardson, Penny and Senior, Peter and Umrania, Yagnesh and Wong, Henna and Burchell, Brendan and Gallacher, John and Murphy, Gavin and Newland, Adrian C and Wheatley, Keith and Greaves, Michael and Turner, Ruth and Turner, Marc and Aziz, Tahir and Brain, Richard and Davies, Christine and Wakeman, Paula and Wakeman, Alan and Dent, Alison and Anthony, Ben and Bland, Desmond and Parrondo, Willem H and Vincent, Helen and Weatherill, Candy and Forsyth, Andrea and Butterfield, Carol and Wright, Tracey and Ellis, Karen and Johnston, Kristie and Poynton, Pat and Brooks, Carolyn and Martin, Emma and Littler, Lara and Blair, Donna and Ackerley, Karen and Woods, Lynn and Stanley, Sophie and Walsh, Gemma and Franklin, Gayle and Howath, Cheryl and Sharpe, Sarah and Smith, Deborah and Botham, Lauren and Williams, Caroline and Williams, Joanna and Alexander, Claire and Sowerbutts, Gareth and Furnival, Diane and Thake, Michael and Patel, Shilpa and Roost, Carolyn and Sowerby, Sandra and Appleton, Mary Joy and Bays, Eileen and Bowyer, Geoff and Clarkson, Steven and Halson, Stuart and Holmes, Kate and Humphreys, Gareth and Parvin-Cooper, Lee and Towler, Jason and Addy, Joanne and Barrass, Patrica and ... and INTERVAL Trial Grp and INTERVAL Trial Group
The Lancet Haematology, ISSN 2352-3026, 10/2019, Volume 6, Issue 10, pp. e510 - e520
The INTERVAL trial showed that, over a 2-year period, inter-donation intervals for whole blood donation can be safely reduced to meet blood shortages. We... 
HEMOGLOBIN | INTERNATIONAL FORUM | MANAGEMENT | ATTENDANCE | REMINDERS | IRON-DEFICIENCY | HEMATOLOGY | 1ST-TIME
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International Review of Applied Economics, ISSN 0269-2171, 09/1999, Volume 13, Issue 3, pp. 437 - 458
In the first half of this paper the evidence concerning the costs of job insecurity is presented. There is now sufficient good research data to conclude that... 
Psychological aspects | Employee retention | Skilled labor | Labor market | Economic aspects | Unskilled labor | Employment stabilization | Studies | Problems | Statistical analysis | Economic theory | Employment security
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Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics, ISSN 0305-9049, 12/2000, Volume 62, Issue s1, pp. 855 - 883
It is widely assumed that British workers have become more insecure over he last decade. This paper sets out to establish whether the popular assumption is... 
TENURE | LAYOFFS | SECURITY | WORK | STATISTICS & PROBABILITY | SOCIAL SCIENCES, MATHEMATICAL METHODS | ECONOMICS | SURVIVORS
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Cambridge Journal of Economics, ISSN 0309-166X, 3/1997, Volume 21, Issue 2, pp. 217 - 237
The role of trust in vertical contractual relationships between firms in Britain, Germany and Italy is investigated with a survey of over 60 firms. After a... 
Self interest | Factor analysis | Joint products | Product development | Business structures | Trust | Economic competition | Contracts | Corporate communications | Business | ORGANIZATION | ECONOMICS
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Industrial Relations Journal, ISSN 0019-8692, 11/2008, Volume 39, Issue 6, pp. 586 - 603
ABSTRACT Promoting job quality and gender equality are objectives of the European Employment Strategy (EES) in spite of a downgrading of the attention given to... 
Employment | Studies | Working conditions | Economic theory | Labor market
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Sociological Research Online, ISSN 1360-7804, 02/2011, Volume 16, Issue 1
Analyses of individuals' working lives make a variety of assumptions about the relationship between time, wellbeing and economic stress. Some assume that... 
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Sociological research online, ISSN 1360-7804, 02/2011, Volume 16, Issue 1
Analyses of individuals' working lives make a variety of assumptions about the relationship between time, wellbeing and economic stress. Some assume that... 
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Times Higher Education, ISSN 0049-3929, 02/2011, Issue 1985, p. 26
Evidence already suggests that since the reform of tuition fees in 2004, many talented students from disadvantaged backgrounds have chosen to study at... 
United Kingdom | Planning | Universities and colleges | Management | Education grants | Fees & charges | College students | Higher education | Tuition | Colleges & universities
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2002, Routledge studies in employment relations, ISBN 9780415236539
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2002, Routledge studies in employment relations, ISBN 9780415236539
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Eastern Economic Journal, ISSN 0094-5056, 10/2004, Volume 30, Issue 4, pp. 627 - 642
This paper uses the European Working Conditions Surveys to examine the intensity of work for male and female employees. The first section gives an overview of... 
Logistic regression | Occupational disorders | Womens health | Symposium: Work Intensity | Men | Working women | Hazardous substances | Working conditions | Health surveys | Diseases | Manual labor | Female; Gender; Women; Working Conditions | Studies | Labor economics | Work life balance | Health | Labor intensive | Gender | Polls & surveys
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Industrial relations journal, ISSN 0019-8692, 11/2008, Volume 39, Issue 6, pp. 586 - 605
Promoting job quality and gender equality are objectives of the European Employment Strategy (EES) in spite of a downgrading of the attention given to both in... 
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Gender, work and organization, ISSN 0968-6673, 10/1996, Volume 3, Issue 4, pp. 227 - 235
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02/2018, ISBN 1107161398
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The Canadian Journal of Infectious Diseases & Medical Microbiology, ISSN 1712-9532, 2015, Volume 26, Issue Suppl B, pp. 4B - 5B
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08/2005, Routledge Studies in Contemporary Political Economy, ISBN 9780415282833, 304
In recent years we have seen the predictions of our forebears that leisure time would increase as the years pass utterly confounded. It is a fact of life that... 
Public Relations | Labour Economics | Industrial Economics | Labor economics | Industrial organization (Economic theory) | Organizational effectiveness | Industrial relations
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Work Employment & Society, ISSN 0950-0170, 06/1993, Volume 7, Issue 2, pp. 237 - 258
The methodological component of this paper describes a novel way of analyzing work-history data, treating the job change as the unit of analysis rather than... 
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