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Work and the Mental Health Crisis in Britain

Work and the Mental Health Crisis in Britain by Carl Walker
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With the costs of mental ill health and stress in the workplace estimated at nearly £27m per annum in terms of sickness absence and presenteeism, work, health and wellbeing has become a major business issue. The Foresight Report on Mental Capital and Wellbeing (Cooper et al  [2009], Wiley-Blackwell) and Dame Carol Black’s work and health report, have both emphasized what this excellent and timely book is arguing: that working people are suffering and something needs to be done.
—Cary L. Cooper, Distinguished Professor of Organizational Psychology and Health, Lancaster University Management School, UK

Set in the context of a critique of neo liberal political economy, this book should be read by all those who hold up work as a means to improved well-being, without due regard to what kind of work is available to those for whom it is prescribed.
—Theo Nichols, Distinguished Research Professor, Cardiff University, UK

Wiley; September 2011
196 pages; ISBN 9781119974246
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Title: Work and the Mental Health Crisis in Britain
Author: Carl Walker; Ben Fincham
 
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