From platforms for self-employed nursing work to challenges of workers when organising themselves in cooperative enterprise. The researchers of the 'Platform Labor Group' focus on these kinds of subjects. Six faculties are represented and every researcher is interested in platform labor in the broadest sense. They share common interest in how this new, technology-mediated form of labor is organised and regulated and what the consequences are for workers and the organisation of work.
Regularly the group gets together to discuss their work or a specific issue with a guest lecturer, such as the proposal for the EU Directive. They also hosted a documentary festival and are currently organising a panel on ‘Working in the Platform Economy’ in which they will discuss working conditions and possible regulations with workers and regulators (e.g., HR representatives).
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Phuong Hoan Le
Lecturer/PhDIntroducing Gig Community Identification: On the Psychological and Communicative Bond Among Gig Workers.Email address
PhD CandidateThe ghostworker’s well-being: An integrative framework.Email address
PhD ResearcherImpact of digital platforms on livelihoods in the Indian informal sector.Email address
José L. Gallegos-Quezada
PhD CandidatePlatform work / Time in Organizations / Labor RelationsEmail address
PhD CandidateAI-driven technologies / day-to-day work practices / health care / ethnographyEmail address
External PhD CandidateFeminist design of digital labor platformsEmail address
PhD CandidateGigs of their own: Are worker-owned and worker-governed platforms viable?Email address
PhD candidateGames, platform-dependent entrepreneurship, entrepreneurial labourEmail address
Assistant professor/AIPact FellowHybrid employment in the platform economy: Who is juggling multiple jobs and how?; Towards a Gig Nursing Economy? The Role of Platforms in Self-Employed Nursing WorkEmail address
Junior researcherHybrid platform work, multiple jobholding, domestic and taxi services, narrative analysisEmail address
Associate professorPlatform work, nursing practice, healthcare governance, policy experimentsEmail address
Assistant professor/NWO Rubicon Postdoctoral fellowPlatform labour, migration/mobility, gender, race, entrepreneurship, informal labour, labour exploitation, ethnography.Email address
PhD CandidateBeyond the Silicon Valley story: Workers’ discursive experiences with the smart and digital cityEmail address
Claartje ter Hoeven
ProfessorERC-project: The ghostworker's well-being: An integrative framework (ghostwork.org)Email address