Early career and post graduate researchers with a focus on digital change in professional work are invited to submit an abstract for the event, which will now take place on 24 January 2024.
The Digital Futures at Work Research Centre will co-host an Early Career Workshop at the Society for the Advancement of Socio-Economics’ 2024 Annual Conference. Digit members will also host three mini-conferences during the event.
Five projects have been awarded funding in the fourth round of the Digital Futures at Work Research Centre’s Innovation Fund.
We are inviting applications for our third and final round of Marie Jahoda Visiting Fellowships.
Jay McCloskey and Charis Nogossek, members of the Digit Doctoral Network, report on a lively and stimulating day.
Jay McCloskey and Charis Nogossek are members of the Digit Doctoral Network. They report on a lively and stimulating conference that included a Professional Development Workshop organised by Digit.
Work by two Digit researchers on digitalisation in retail informed discussions at a recent meeting of the International Labour Organization in Geneva.
Digit researchers have authored a new report on the opportunities for entrepreneurship afforded to young people by digital retail platforms.
Discussions focused on applications and challenges of AI within the HR domain, the consequences for HR tasks and responsibilities, the required skills and knowledge, and the influence on value creation by HR professionals.
Professor Stuart discussed findings from Digit's Employers' Survey of Digital Practices at Work survey at a meeting of the All Party Parliamentary Group on the Future of Work.