We have a number of projects which are committed to addressing inequalities at work.
The projects often involve cross-disciplinary teams of researchers who collaborate with international academic colleagues as well as wider stakeholders.
This is a four-year project looking at labour markets in different cities across the world.
This is a three-year project contrasting the experiences and issues related to equality at work in terms of policy and regulation within the UK to other cases within Europe.
This project assessed the nature and extent of employment precariousness in the framework of EU fundamental rights and employment law.
This project explores job quality in catering jobs and what shapes employees’ perceptions.
This project aimed to understand the nature of employee gentleness in care settings.
This study examines families’ experiences of shared parental leave.
This project examines the global sourcing of digital labour and new forms of work organisation.
Fighting precarious employment in the new member states through industrial relations.