Surviving Work in the UK
LSE Business Review
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This eBook is made up of a series of blogs by practitioners and thinkers in the field of workplace relations to think about how to make friends and influence people in context of precarious work. Contributions were written by Helen Spandler, John Grahl, Jane Tinkler, Annette Clancy, Xavier Eloquin, Chris Manning, Philip Stokoe, Julian Lousada, David Morgan, Steven Toft, Clive Morton, Gillian Proctor, Ruth E Jones, Ian Simpson, Keith Venables, Marianna Fotaki, Miguel Martinez Lucio, Julia Macintosh and me. The blogs were serialised through the LSE’s Business Review and www.survivingwork.org covering the heart pumping stuff of bullying, perversion, the realities of working in groups and how to get on with the people around you. Many of the contributions focus on healthcare and mental health services and our attempt here is to raise awareness of the realities of a downgraded and demoralised sector. We wrote this not to depress you, but to help you develop a realistic survival strategy grounded on an up to date picture of the future of work.
Cotton, Elizabeth, ed. (2017) Surviving Work in the UK. Surviving Work in the UK . Surviving Work, LSE Business Review.
Available at http://survivingwork.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/Surviving-Work-in-the-UK-eBook-1.pdf