‘Inequalities in the Workplace’
CERIC Seminar "Regulating (In)formalised Business and Employment Practices: The State as a New HR Manager?"
by Professor Ian Clark and Huw Fearnall-Williams (Nottingham Trent University)
The Solicitors’ Profession: Diversity, Career Progression & Firm Type
Joint CERIC & Economics Seminar - “Critiquing Capitalism Today”, Dr Harry Pitts (University of Bristol).
“Critiquing Capitalism Today”, Dr Harry Pitts (University of Bristol).
Cutting across Sociology of Work, Organisation Studies and Global...
Sergio Bologna "Self-employed, ecommerce and logistics workers: (un)expected forms of social conflict"
Seminar "Labour and life in workplace geographies: food and retail distribution in the migrant city"
Ben Rogaly is Professor of Human Geography and former Head of the Geography Department. He has researched the intricacies of employment...
CERIC Workshop: Situating Human Resource Management Practices in their Political and Economic Context
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One firm, two countries, one workplace model?
Bringing together researchers and practitioners from around the world to debate the ideas behind basic income and share experiences of its...
Peter Frase uses the method of 'social science fiction' to explore the possible futures we face in a context of climate change, robotisation,...