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by Helen Barnes

Download Working for a living?: Employment, benefits and the living standards of disabled people eBook
ISBN:
1861341865
Author:
Helen Barnes
Category:
Social Sciences
Language:
English
Publisher:
Policy Press (October 25, 2000)
Pages:
152 pages
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1276 kb
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1226 kb
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Working for a living? book.

Working for a living? book. Now paid work is being presented as the only route out of poverty and dependence on the state.

Conclusions Poor health is the predominant determinant of disability benefits but other social and socioeconomic factors are influential. Results of these analyses might assist in enabling resources to be targeted appropriately.

Working for a living? asks: Does paid work bring disabled people the benefits they are led to expect, or does it. .

Working for a living? asks: Does paid work bring disabled people the benefits they are led to expect, or does it have hidden disadvantages? Can disabled people who are not able to work expect to enjoy a good standard of living? .

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Working for a living? standards are considered, using both income measures and nonmonetary indicators of.Disability policies and the citizenship rights of disabled people Introduction The disability politics of the last 20 to 30 years have been described as the last civil rights movement.

Working for a living? standards are considered, using both income measures and nonmonetary indicators of deprivation, the concept of living standards adopted is broader than this, and includes measures of satisfaction with work and life, and levels of social and political activity.Working for a living? shows that both employment and welfare policies have a vital role to play in securing a good standard of living. The report brings together policy and outcomes in all three countries, and examines the implications for policy in Britain.

Over . million people of working age in the UK are disabled or have a health condition. increase the understanding amongst employers of disability and the benefits disabled people can bring to their businesses

Over . Historically there has been a significant gap between the proportion of disabled people employed compared with non-disabled people. Encouraging applications from disabled people is good for business increase the understanding amongst employers of disability and the benefits disabled people can bring to their businesses.

Should given more important to increasing people's standard of living here i m not .

10 years ago. I think its protecting the environment. Because if we don't protect the environment it will eventually have detrimental effects on the standard of living of not only people, but all animals and creatures in the world. Good example would be global warming.

For too long, disabled people in Britain have been denied access to employment. Now paid work is being presented as the only route out of poverty and dependence on the state. What is the reality? Working for a living? asks:Does paid work bring disabled people the benefits they are led to expect, or does it have hidden disadvantages?Can disabled people who are not able to work expect to enjoy a good standard of living? The author compares the welfare states of Sweden, Germany and Britain on the basis of social policy provision for disabled people of working age, particularly in the area of income maintenance and employment policy, and uses survey data to analyse the living standards of disabled people both in and out of work.Working for a living? shows that both employment and welfare policies have a vital role to play in securing a good standard of living. The report brings together policy and outcomes in all three countries, and examines the implications for policy in Britain.