Podcast: Introducing the Labour Mobility In Transition project
- Centre for Employment Relations, Innovation and Change
In this introductory episode, Dr Gabriella Alberti and Dr Jo Cutter talk about their three-year research project investigating the impact of the post-Brexit regulation migration for work on the UK labour market. The project looks at how employers and workers shape these mobility transitions and how they engage in dialogue with each other and with other stakeholders. It also considers how COVID-19 has impacted these transitions and dialogue.
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Visit the project webpage. This project is funded by the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC).
This episode was recorded on Monday 30 May 2022. If you would like to get in touch regarding this episode, please contact email@example.com. A transcript of this episode is available.
About the speakers:
Dr Gabriella Alberti is an Associate Professor in Work and Employment Relations. Her research interests revolve around the conditions of workers at the bottom end of the labour market, whether on non-standard contracts, engaged in gig/platform work, excluded from social protections, migrants and minorities workers facing multiple and intersectional forms of discrimination and exclusion.
Dr Jo Cutter is a lecturer in Work and Employment Relations. Her research focuses on the employment relations, social dialogue and the regulation of work with a core focus on skills, education and training.
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