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Volunteering and employability : implications for policy and practice
• Users may freely distribute the URL that is used to identify this publication. • Users may download and/or print one copy of the publication from the University of Birmingham research portal for… Expand
Teleworking and Participatory Capital: Is Teleworking an Isolating or a Community-Friendly Form of Work?
Does teleworking contribute to the likelihood of community participation or social isolation? The secondary analysis of two European Working Conditions Surveys (2000, 2001) investigated the… Expand
Analysis of the profile, characteristics, patient experience and community value of community hospitals: a multimethod study
Background: Community hospitals have been part of England’s health-care landscape since the mid-nineteenth century. Evidence on them has not kept pace with their development. Aim: To provide a… Expand
Gender segregation, underemployment and subjective well-being in the UK labour market
This article argues that gender segregation influences patterns of underemployment and the relationships that underemployment has with the subjective well-being of men and women. Previous studies… Expand
A shorter working week for everyone: How much paid work is needed for mental health and well-being?
- D. Kamerāde, Senhu Wang, B. Burchell, Sarah Ursula Balderson, A. Coutts
- Psychology, Medicine
- Social science & medicine
- 18 June 2019
There are predictions that in future rapid technological development could result in a significant shortage of paid work. A possible option currently debated by academics, policy makers, trade… Expand
Is There a Subjective Well-Being Premium in Voluntary Sector Employment?
Previous studies have found that employment in the voluntary sector offers a so-called ‘job satisfaction premium’: despite lower salaries, voluntary sector employees are more satisfied with their… Expand
Part-Time Work and Activity in Voluntary Associations in Great Britain
- D. Kamerāde
- 1 November 2009
This paper evaluates both the economic, or rational choice, and sociological theories to examine the effects of part-time working on employees’ activity in voluntary associations. Using longitudinal… Expand
Volunteering and employability
- D. Kamerāde
- 25 January 2018
This presentation discusses the benefits of volunteering for employability and offers suggestions how to maximise those benefits.
Cut hours, not people : no work, furlough, short hours and mental health during COVID-19 pandemic in the UK
The unprecedented shock to the UK economy inflicted by government measures to contain the Coronavirus (COVID-19) risked plunging millions of workers into unemployment as businesses were forced to… Expand
Volunteering during unemployment: more skills but where is the job?
- D. Kamerāde
The assumption that volunteering during unemployment is a stepping stone to paid work is behind several policy initiatives of the UK government aimed to improve employability through volunteering.… Expand