House of Lords Committee cites Digit associate fellow’s evidence

25 November 2022

The written evidence was submitted for the inquiry 'Designing a public workforce fit for the future'.

Digit researchers’ findings on labour protests during the pandemic published by ILO

25 November 2022

The report documents protests by key workers in healthcare and retail against their working conditions during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Digit is hiring! New job vacancies

8 November 2022

We are recruiting for a Research Fellow and a Senior Communications and Events Officer.

Digit co-director presents at techUK’s Exploring the Future of Work Series

4 November 2022

Jackie O'Reilly participated in a panel for an event on The rise of the gig economy organised by techUK

Digit Co-Director presents to the Joe Isaac Symposium, Monash University

3 November 2022

Digit Co-Director Mark Stuart gave a talk about UK employers’ digital management practices at the annual Joe Isaac Symposium.

Job opportunity: Digit Research Fellow – University of Sussex

21 October 2022

Digit is seeking to appoint a new Research Fellow to work on a project exploring the economics of work and labour and based at the University of Sussex Business School.

Call for papers: Digit researchers edit special issue of Information Systems Journal

13 October 2022

Digit researchers have issued a call for papers for a special issue of the Information Systems Journal on alternative forms of value engendered by digital platforms.

Job opportunity: Research Fellow – Cambridge

16 September 2022

The University of Cambridge is seeking to appoint a new Research Fellow (Research Associate or Research Assistant) to work on a project exploring employment regulation and the digitalisation of work as part of Digit.

Digit researchers’ policy brief on Digital Poverty

13 September 2022

A new policy brief by Digit researchers highlights that 1 in 10 of England’s poorest households (9 percent) reduce spending on food or clothes to afford phone or home internet.

Digit researchers present at the American Sociological Association Annual Meeting

5 September 2022

They participated in a special session discussing ‘The Future of Retail Work: Power and Voice after the E-commerce Revolution and the Pandemic’.

House of Lords Committee cites Digit associate fellow’s evidence

25 November 2022

The written evidence was submitted for the inquiry 'Designing a public workforce fit for the future'.

Digit researchers’ findings on labour protests during the pandemic published by ILO

25 November 2022

The report documents protests by key workers in healthcare and retail against their working conditions during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Digit is hiring! New job vacancies

8 November 2022

We are recruiting for a Research Fellow and a Senior Communications and Events Officer.

Digit co-director presents at techUK’s Exploring the Future of Work Series

4 November 2022

Jackie O'Reilly participated in a panel for an event on The rise of the gig economy organised by techUK

Digit Co-Director presents to the Joe Isaac Symposium, Monash University

3 November 2022

Digit Co-Director Mark Stuart gave a talk about UK employers’ digital management practices at the annual Joe Isaac Symposium.

Job opportunity: Digit Research Fellow – University of Sussex

21 October 2022

Digit is seeking to appoint a new Research Fellow to work on a project exploring the economics of work and labour and based at the University of Sussex Business School.

Call for papers: Digit researchers edit special issue of Information Systems Journal

13 October 2022

Digit researchers have issued a call for papers for a special issue of the Information Systems Journal on alternative forms of value engendered by digital platforms.

Job opportunity: Research Fellow – Cambridge

16 September 2022

The University of Cambridge is seeking to appoint a new Research Fellow (Research Associate or Research Assistant) to work on a project exploring employment regulation and the digitalisation of work as part of Digit.

Digit researchers’ policy brief on Digital Poverty

13 September 2022

A new policy brief by Digit researchers highlights that 1 in 10 of England’s poorest households (9 percent) reduce spending on food or clothes to afford phone or home internet.

Digit researchers present at the American Sociological Association Annual Meeting

5 September 2022

They participated in a special session discussing ‘The Future of Retail Work: Power and Voice after the E-commerce Revolution and the Pandemic’.