Tracey Warren

Tracey Warren is a Professor in Sociology at the University of Nottingham. She studies the sociologies of work and employment, and of social inequalities. These include time and work in Europe; economic well-being: income, wealth and financial security; gender, class and ethnicity; and work-life reconciliation.


January 31, 2013 Cleaning Notices

Two previous posts by Lynne Pettinger – Moments of Domesticity and Handwritten– got me thinking more about my obsession with those notes that pop up in various workplaces that remind people to clean up after themselves. I wonder who produced them, how often they update them, and what drove them to it. How bad had…

August 15, 2011 Running At Work

When I can, I work at home on Thursdays. From my desk in a downstairs room, I look onto the street. This view has fuelled my long held obsession with time and speed at work, and in particular with people whose jobs require them to run in order to finish their work to time. Thursday…