Dr. Daiga Kamerāde is a Reader (Associate Professor) in Work and Wellbeing, concurrently serving as the Co-Director of the Centre for Inclusive Society Research at the University of Salford. Additionally, she holds the position of a Honorary Research Associate at the Centre for Business Studies at the University of Cambridge.
Her extensive research focuses on exploring the multifaceted aspects of work-related factors influencing workers’ wellbeing and mental health, with a particular emphasis on the organization of working time. Noteworthy among her recent projects is a sociological investigation into underemployment, coupled with a contribution to the four-day working week trial in the UK.
With nearly three decades of experience, Dr. Kamerāde boasts a robust track record of conducting quantitative research utilizing large and complex cross-sectional and longitudinal datasets. Her expertise is underscored by a well-established history of publishing in leading peer -reviewed journals in sociology peer-reviewed journals.