Coworking and the Future of Work – Extending the Debate Research and Stakeholder Workshop – 21-22 October 2022, Brighton

5 August 2022

Are you doing research on any aspect of coworking and coworking spaces and the future of work?

Four new projects supported in Digit’s third round of Innovation Funding

27 July 2022

The projects will explore crowdfunded work in creative industries, the use of open source digital infrastructure, the digitalisation of access work and the role of HR managers in creating 'good work' through digitalisation. 

Digit researchers at the SASE 2022 conference

26 July 2022

Digit researchers discussed their work at the SASE cofnerence, 9-11 July 2022 in Amsterdam.

Report from the Digit / SASE Early Careers Workshop

12 July 2022

Digit Centre Manager, Dr Megan McMichael reports on a lively and stimulating day at the Digit SASE Early Careers Workshop in Amsterdam.

Researchers present at BUIRA conference 2022

30 June 2022

Digit researchers discuss their work at the BUIRA Annual Conference

New ILO paper by Digit researchers on platform labour protest

28 June 2022

A new paper by Digit researchers, published by the International Labour Organization, "A global analysis of worker protest in digital labour platforms", aims to develop an understanding of labour unrest among platform workers as a global phenomenon.

New article on the 4-day work week in Harvard Business Review

27 May 2022

Researchers address what leaders need to know about the 4-day work week

Digit Researcher presents at Alliance Manchester Business School

6 May 2022

Fang Lee Cook will deliver a talk at the University of Manchester on Digitalisation, Work and Employment in Emerging and Developing Economies on 10 May 2022.

Digit researcher produced short video on ‘Using Understanding Society for Employment Research’

6 May 2022

Andy Charlwood produced a short video to help students and researchers use the Understanding Society survey

SASE pre-conference salons 2022

27 April 2022

SASE are holding a series of pre-conference webinars beginning on 28 April.

Coworking and the Future of Work – Extending the Debate Research and Stakeholder Workshop – 21-22 October 2022, Brighton

5 August 2022

Are you doing research on any aspect of coworking and coworking spaces and the future of work?

Four new projects supported in Digit’s third round of Innovation Funding

27 July 2022

The projects will explore crowdfunded work in creative industries, the use of open source digital infrastructure, the digitalisation of access work and the role of HR managers in creating 'good work' through digitalisation. 

Digit researchers at the SASE 2022 conference

26 July 2022

Digit researchers discussed their work at the SASE cofnerence, 9-11 July 2022 in Amsterdam.

Report from the Digit / SASE Early Careers Workshop

12 July 2022

Digit Centre Manager, Dr Megan McMichael reports on a lively and stimulating day at the Digit SASE Early Careers Workshop in Amsterdam.

Researchers present at BUIRA conference 2022

30 June 2022

Digit researchers discuss their work at the BUIRA Annual Conference

New ILO paper by Digit researchers on platform labour protest

28 June 2022

A new paper by Digit researchers, published by the International Labour Organization, "A global analysis of worker protest in digital labour platforms", aims to develop an understanding of labour unrest among platform workers as a global phenomenon.

New article on the 4-day work week in Harvard Business Review

27 May 2022

Researchers address what leaders need to know about the 4-day work week

Digit Researcher presents at Alliance Manchester Business School

6 May 2022

Fang Lee Cook will deliver a talk at the University of Manchester on Digitalisation, Work and Employment in Emerging and Developing Economies on 10 May 2022.

Digit researcher produced short video on ‘Using Understanding Society for Employment Research’

6 May 2022

Andy Charlwood produced a short video to help students and researchers use the Understanding Society survey

SASE pre-conference salons 2022

27 April 2022

SASE are holding a series of pre-conference webinars beginning on 28 April.