Publications

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Findings Series 16 - Working for a Healthier Life research report

July 2008

| Briefing Paper

Some of the key findings and recommendations of a GCPH study into the impact of employment on the health of individuals

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Working for healthier life research report

July 2008

| Report

This study explores the ways that health (or ill health) can act as a barrier to employment and how unemployment and re-employment impacts on health.

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Findings Series 9 - Employability and social networks

March 2008

| Briefing Paper

Employability and those furthest from the labour market: an analysis grounded in social networks

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Social Networks and Employability

January 2008

| Report

This report is based on research to explore social networks as a contributing factor to labour market proximity and likelihood of people attaining sustained employment.

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Findings Series 6 - Incapacity Benefit in Glasgow & Scotland

July 2007

| Briefing Paper

'Turning the Tap Off' - A study into the trends of the last five years

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Turning the Tap Off! Incapacity Benefit in Glasgow and Scotland

July 2007

| Report

This report examines the ‘stock’ of incapacity benefit claimants and investigates the ‘on’ and ‘off’ flow in Glasgow and Scotland.

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Findings Series 4 - Healthy working practices

April 2007

| Briefing Paper

Making Changes Happen: Exploring the Effective Diffusion and Adoption of Healthy Working Practices

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Effective Diffusion and Adoption of Health Working Practices

February 2007

| Report

This feasibility study is a response to initial work carried out by the Glasgow Healthy Working Lives Steering Group towards its aim of more effectively diffusing healthy working principles and good practice amongst Glasgow’s businesses.

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