Equality, Diversity and Disadvantage in Employment

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Catrina Alferoff is a Research Officer in the Postgraduate School of Medicine at Keele University.She is currently undertaking EU-funded cross-national research into the working lives, training and development of older workers.Previously she researched and lectured in Sociology and Human Resource Management at Staffordshire University.Her principle areas of interest lie in equal opportunities, organisations, the impact of new technologies, power and social change and the restructuring of the NHS. She has published on flexibility and training for older workers, direct mail, new technology and the problem of privacy, and on disability and access to employment.
Lynne Bennington is the Research Director of the Graduate School of Management and an Associate Professor in the Faculty of Law and Management at La Trobe University in Melbourne, Australia.Prior to becoming an academic, she had significant management experience in both the public and private sectors. In addition to her ongoing research on age discrimination, she has research interests in services quality, public administration, marketing and educational psychology. Her major teaching areas are in human resource management and international management.
Irene Bruegel is a political economist with a long standing interest and involvement with gender divisions in the labour market and with local economic development and urban policy in Britain.She is Professor of Urban Policy at South Bank University, helps to run the Local Economy Policy Unit at South Bank and edits the journal Local Economy. Her current research is on gender restructuring in developed western economies.
Linda Clarke is a Reader in the Westminster Business School, University of Westminster.As well as teaching on employee relations in Europe, she is responsible for a programme of research within the Education, Training and the Labour Market Research Group on wage relations, skills, training, gender segregation and the labour process in different European countries — much of this with specific reference to the construction industry.Her publications include Building Capitalism (Routledge, 1992)

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