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Understanding the status of underrepresented groups in the Information and Communication Technologies (2018)
Report
Graham, H., Raeside, R., & Maclean, G. (2018). Understanding the status of underrepresented groups in the Information and Communication Technologies. Edinburgh: Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council

This report presents the findings of a research project commissioned by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) to explore the barriers facing under-represented groups in Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) researc... Read More about Understanding the status of underrepresented groups in the Information and Communication Technologies.

The ageing workforce and employers in Fife (2017)
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Egdell, V., Chen, T., Maclean, G., & Raeside, R. (2017). The ageing workforce and employers in Fife. The Workplace Team, Health Promotion, Fife Health & Social Care Partnership and Fife Health & Wellbeing Alliance

The Scottish population is ageing. This will have a significant impact on labour market and employment practices. Increasing numbers of older workers (those aged 50 plus) are remaining in work as a result of the abolishment of the Default Retirement... Read More about The ageing workforce and employers in Fife.

Mental Health and Unemployment in Scotland: Understanding the impact of welfare reforms in Scotland for individuals with mental health conditions (2017)
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Maclean, G., Marks, A., & Cowan, S. (2017). Mental Health and Unemployment in Scotland: Understanding the impact of welfare reforms in Scotland for individuals with mental health conditions. Edinburgh: Carnegie Trust

During 2016, 30 individuals with a mental health condition (who claimed ESA, have had their ESA withdrawn and moved on to JSA, or have been directed into the WRAG group based on the decision of the WCA) were interviewed. The 30 participants were recr... Read More about Mental Health and Unemployment in Scotland: Understanding the impact of welfare reforms in Scotland for individuals with mental health conditions.