Geographies of Isolation: How Workers (Don’t) Access Support for Problems at Work
Abstract: This paper is concerned with the social and spatial processes adopted by workers who face problems at work. Using interview data with minority ethnic workers in three local communities in London, the paper explores the mechanism people use to seek help and advice and what resources are available from local community organisations. Key findings suggest that many workers, both unionised and non‐unionised find themselves isolated and unable to access the support they need.
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Document Type: Research Article
Affiliations: 1: Work and Employment Relations Division, Leeds University Bussiness School, Leeds, UK; 2: Bristol Business School, UWE Bristol, Bristol, UK; 3: ,
Publication date: September 1, 2011