This book explores the legal and practical implications of the digital age for employment and industrial relations.

In the countries of the global North, workplace democracy may be thought of as a thing of the past. Increasingly, working relations are regulated primarily by contract; workforces are fissured and fragmented. What are the consequences of this? How should we respond?

The International Labour Organization is asking equality experts, practitioners, academic institutions, research institutions and activists from around the world to share their insights and recommendations on how to eliminate racial discrimination at work.

ILO Consultancy Opportunity: Research of Violence and Harassment through OSH in El Salvador

Background and objective

Job Title: Research and Policy Associate

Department: Queen’s University, Faculty of Law & Smith School of Business

Supervision and Academic Unit: Prof. Samuel Dahan, Queen’s Law, Cornell Law

Description of Area or Topic of Research:

The European Trade Union Confederation (ETUC) has instituted an award to honour the outstanding and dynamic scientific work, of great value to the European trade union movement, of the late labour law Professor Brian Bercusson: the ETUC Brian Bercusson Award.

The O’Brien Graduate Fellowships were established in 2005 through a very generous gift from David O’Brien for outstanding Masters or Doctoral students studying in the area of human rights and legal pluralism in the Faculty of Law, McGill University.

We are recruiting a Lecturer in Employment Law at the University of Manchester, UK. The position is permanent and is based at the Department of Law, School of Social Sciences.

Position Title: Internship in labour law and development

Duty Station: Suva, Fiji

Closing date: 27 September 2022 Fiji Standard Time

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This book contains eleven country reports that outline the legal bases for the protection of economically-dependent workers in labour and social security law.