Funding scheme | Marie Curie Actions-Networks for Initial Training (ITN) | Call (part) identifier FP7-PEOPLE-ITN-2012 | Project number 317321 ChangingEmployment
This full-day event will present the latest European trends in the quality of work.
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This seminar aims to explore future agendas and identify core foundations of a collaborative model to advance understanding and practical uses of regulation, and their implications for business and society.
ESRs who have visited or will visit the ETUI now have the opportunity to present their research during a series of brown bag lunch (BBL) events organised at the ETUI.
Dr. Maria Richea, ER1 and Professor Paul Stewart are organising the ChangingEmployment training on NVivo10 & Project Management. The event will be taking place at Grand Hotel Excelsior Valletta, Malta between 5-7 of March, 2015.
Comparative European Social Models, Wroclaw: Friday 14 to Sunday 23 November 2014This Network School will be centred on theoretical and empirical exploration of European models of capitalism in terms of macroeconomic context, collective bargaining structures, unionism/employee relations and work organisation.
A University of Strathclyde, Department of Human Resource Management research seminar in conjunction with Marie Curie Changing Employment facilitated by Dr Gaetan Flocco.
The aim of this working meeting is to provide Theme 1 ESRs assistance in the publishing process of a special issue of the Journal "Les Mondes du Travail".
Flexicurity, Labour Market and Social Dialogue: Monday 2 to Friday 6 June 2014Open to non-network PhD students (applications now closed)
This Network School will be focused on flexibility and security within labour markets in Europe. The regulation of flexibility (i.e. wage, working time, contractual and agency work) and security (employment protection legislation, training, developments programmes and career programmes) will be addressed from both a national and sub-national (collective bargaining and social dialogue at both sector and company levels) governance perspective).
Within this structure there will be joint lectures and seminars each morning with eminent academics in European employment relations and sociology, followed by group presentations each afternoon with fellow researchers in your theme.
Speakers on the roundtable will address the following central questions:
A University of Strathclyde, Department of Human Resource Management research seminar in conjunction with Marie Curie Changing Employment facilitated by Professor Sian Moore, University of the West of England.
A day-long event ‘Sounds and scenes of migration’ looking into literature, film and music, the event will explore the questions of identity, inclusion and exclusion as experienced by migrants within the UK and from outside of the UK.
Supported by the Marie Curie ChangingEmployment ITNThis seminar aims to explore the changing dynamics of workplace relations in the context of declining collective regulation and shifts towards individualistic HRM, the role of trade unionism in supporting and resisting regulation, the quest for mutual gains, and the suitability of the proposition to (re)theorise employment relations and HRM practices to account for the impact of supranational level regulations, as well as the reconfiguration of ‘rules’ at the national level.
Several PhD projects are studying worker representation in two or more of the following countries: Belgium, France, Spain, UK, and Germany. The idea of the workshop is to make use of overlaps between the research projects and exchange knowledge.
A University of Strathclyde, Department of Human Resource Management research seminar in conjunction with Marie Curie Changing Employment facilitated by Dr Jean Jenkins, Cardiff University Business School.
Department of Human Resource Management in conjunction with Marie Curie Changing Employment Research Seminar Series.
This presentation examines the regional electronic and electrical waste (e-waste) recycling network in Malaysia and Singapore, with a secondary focus on the articulations of informal labour within the network.
This Network School will provide ESRs/ER with methodological and theoretical tools to conduct comparative labour studies.
A University of Strathclyde, Department of Human Resource Management research seminar in conjunction with Marie Curie Changing Employment facilitated by Dr Brian Garvey.
Disciplines of Work Science, Gothenburg, 24-29 May 2013
This Network School will introduce multi-disciplinary perspectives on researching working life.
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