Organisational Dynamics in the Digital Society

Panel study ‘The quality of working life in the digital age’
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What does this research entail?

Digitisation has led to radical changes in how organisations divide and allocate tasks, rewards and information. Moreover, currently 36% of the Dutch working population is self-employed or working on temporary contracts (WRR, 2020).

With our nation-wide panel study, we assess the impact of these major changes in new work arrangements quarterly on a societal (policy), organisational (management), and individual (quality of working life) level of both traditional (wage-earners) and new groups of workers (platform, micro, self-employed workers).

Municipality of Rotterdam

Erasmus School of Social and Behavioural Sciences

The panel study is carried out by the ODDS group. It is supported by collaborations across the Erasmus School of Social and Behavioral Sciences (ESSB) and participation is open to members of different departments of the academic institution. 

EUR Strategy, Municipality of Rotterdam, Erasmus Trustfonds.


      • prof.dr. (Claartje) CL ter Hoeven

        Professor ter Hoeven is the scientific director and coordinator of the interdisciplinary master and research program ‘Organizational Dynamics in the Digital…
        prof.dr. (Claartje) CL ter Hoeven
      • dr. (Francisca) F Grommé

        Francisca Grommé is an assistant professor in Digitalisation in work and society. She works from a background in science and technology studies (STS), political…
        dr. (Francisca) F Grommé

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