Nina Sahraoui, who was based in London Metropolitan University, UK who has been awarded the PhD degree.
Congratulations to ESR Dragos Adascalitei, based in Central European University, Hungary who has been awarded his PhD degree.
The Impact of Crisis: New Departures for Work in Europe report highlights the ongoing research findings by Theme (1, 2 and 3)
We are delighted to announce that two of the ChangingEmployment Early Stage Researcher's have been successful in securing funding.
A team of researchers co-ordinated by Strathclyde Business School has shown that trade unions help maintain job quality for workers in changing employment conditions.
The 3rd Changing Employment Research Paper in the series has now been published and is available to download for free. The paper entitled "Changing Employment Relations in Spain and Romania during the Great Recession: how trade unions respond to the challenge" written collecively by Theme 1 ESRs - Sara Lafuente Hernández, Dragos Adascalitei and Mona Aranea.
The third year Project Open Day which took place on Monday 23 November 2015 in University of Strathclyde was a great success.
Following the launch of the Changing Employment Network Research Paper Series in September 2014, we are now inviting contributions from the wider community.
The University of Oviedo is organising a Changing Employment session as part of the XVII World Economy Meeting that is hosted by the University of Oviedo and will take place in Gijon, Spain, 3-5 June 2015.
2nd Changing Employment Research Paper published entitled "Inclusion through trade unions’ community organising and migrant workers’ activism: the case of Polish migrants in the UK" written by Karima Aziz.
Karima Aziz based London Metropolitan University awarded 1st place in the scientific poster competition from 32 presented posters at the 10th International Conference on Women in Culture 'Gender, Culture and Migration 2015' in Gdansk.
The Employment Challenges in Europe: Initial Findings report report highlights the initial research findings by Theme (1, 2 and 3) and the achieved progress in identifying the employment challenges that arise in Europe
Theme 2 hosted the second "Sights and Sounds of Migration" at Strathclyde in early December.
In December 2014, the Theme 2 "Inclusion and Exclusion” took part in the Film School organized specifically for “Changing Employment” and “Integrim” Marie-Skłodowska Curie Networks.
International Labour Organization - one of the ChangingEmployment Partners has provided to our research fellows the opportunity of having a 2 days study visit and kindly hosted them, in order to allow them the chance of getting aquinted with their institutional procedures, regulations, and a short outline of their main activities and plan of actions in the field of the sociology of work.
The Social Boundaries of Work (www.socialboundariesofwork.pl) conference with the Changing Employment Project Open Day is coming soon (Wrocław, Poland 14-15.11.2014).
The central remit of the Changing Employment Research Paper Series is to explore and encourage debate on the changing nature of employment in Europe in the context of challenges, threats and opportunities for employees and employers.
Find out what the network fellows have been doing over the Summer
The post has now been formally advertised on the University of Gothenburg web-site where you can find details of the application procedure. The closing date is Monday 1 September 2014 and the expected start date will be 1 January 2015.
We are extremely pleased to announce that Early Stage Researcher, Radek Polkowski's image won The Public and Communities category in the Strathclyde Images of Research competition 2014.
The Changing Employment in Europe report outlines progress and trajectory of initial findings of ESR research by Theme (1, 2 and 3) in the first period (March 2013 – February 2014).
The Université D’Evry (Paris, France), one of the full partners in the ITN “ChangingEmployment” network, is searching for an experienced researcher (ER) to be employed for the period of 11 months.
A pioneering training network that will prepare the next generation of policy-focused social scientists hosts its first Annual Colloquium and second Network School in Paris this month.
The University of Strathclyde (Glasgow, UK) is searching for an Experienced Researcher (ER) to be employed for the period of two years.
The University of Strathclyde (Glasgow, UK) is searching for an early stage researcher (ESR) to be employed for the period of three years.
The research of the Polish team within the FP7 ITN Changing Employment project was highlighted during the exhibition "Lower Silesians in the international research projects".