We are looking to recruit a Research Associate to join the Work, Organisation and Employment Relations Research Centre (WOERRC). You will join a vibrant and growing group of work and employment researchers and be a full and active participant in WOERRC’s research activities. In particular, you will assist with the preparation of funding applications and work closely with group members in collecting and analyzing qualitative and quantitative data and writing high-quality papers, reports and other appropriate outputs. The specific programme of work to be undertaken will be agreed once you are appointed. However it is likely to include assisting in the interrogation of largescale official datasets (e.g. the 2015 European Working Conditions Survey and the UK’s Understanding Society Survey) to examine a number of inter-related issues related to job quality and working conditions, which might include: (a) the consequences of different national employment and welfare regimes for job quality; (b) relationships between job quality, innovation and performance outcomes at the individual and organisational levels; and (c) the consequences of good and bad jobs for ‘healthy ageing’
Friendly reminder that Friday is the last day to submit nominations or self nominations for the Distinguished Scholarly Book Award.
Step one: Send a nomination email to the committee chair, Dr. Penny Lewis at Penny.Lewis@cuny.edu.
Step two: After receiving nomination emails, Dr. Lewis will provide you with information of where to send hard copies of the book. All books must be received by the committee members by March 1st 2019.
Here is the original call:
Distinguished Scholarly Book Award DEADLINE: 2/1/2019
The LLM’s section Distinguished Scholarly Book Award goes to what is judged by the award committee to be the best book based on original research published in the sociology of work, the labor process, the working class, labor unions, or working class movements. To qualify, the book must have been published between January 1, 2017 and December 31, 2018. No more than one book nomination per person is allowed. Section members are strongly urged to nominate books for the prize. Self- nominations are welcome. In order to be considered by the committee, the author (or authors) must join or be members of the Labor section. Please send your nomination to the committee chair, Penny Lewis (Penny.Lewis@cuny.edu), no later than February 1, 2019. Upon receipt of your email nomination, you will be provided with the mailing addresses of the award committee members.
Nominators/Nominees/Publishers will have until March 1, 2019 to send hard-copies to the committee members.
Now Accepting Applications:
Post-Doctoral Scholar position, Center for Global Workers' Rights
School of Labor and Employment Relations, Penn State UniversityJob Website: https://psu.jobs/job/84924; Deadline: March 16, 2019.
The School of Labor and Employment Relations at The Pennsylvania State University invites applications for the position of Post-Doctoral Scholar with the Center for Global Workers’ Rights (http://ler.la.psu.edu/gwr). This is a twelve-month position that begins on August 11, 2019. The Center for Global Workers’ Rights was established in the fall of 2012 with the goal of promoting scholarly research and scholar-practitioner exchanges on issues related to workers’ rights. It has a broad focus that includes, but is not limited to, sweatshops, precarious work, labor standards, international labor and employment law, worker organizing, and workers’ rights in global supply chains. Candidates should possess a Ph.D. in a relevant discipline, or a J.D., earned in the last five years, as well as evidence of an emerging research program relevant to the Center’s interests. Scholars will receive salary, benefits, and a research/travel fund to support their work. Postdoctoral candidates will be expected to mentor students on their summer capstone project and to teach one course. This may include teaching for the School’s Labor and Global Workers’ Right MPS program, which is part of the Global Labour University network (http://www.global-labour-university.org/). Teaching obligations could include a course in one of the School’s other residential or online programs. Candidates also are expected to actively participate in School activities. The School of Labor and Employment Relations is a multidisciplinary department with a large undergraduate program, a strong residential Masters of Science in Human Resources and Employment Relations (HRER), and a fully-online Masters of Professional Studies in HRER. The School has existing strengths in workers’ rights, labor relations, human resources, and international and comparative employment relations. Upload a letter of application, curriculum vitae, and a writing sample via: https://psu.jobs/job/84924. Please also arrange to have three letters of recommendation sent directly by letter writers to Mark Ivicic, email@example.com. If you have additional questions, please contact the Center at 814-865-0751 or write Center Director, Dr. Mark Anner, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Review of applications will begin on March 16, 2019, and continue until the position is filled.
Just a friendly reminder that the deadline to submit paper proposals is today at 11:59pm EST.
The Labor and Labor Movements Section has 4 regular sessions, and Round Tables. Please make sure to submit your proposals.
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