Future of Work

Welcome to the Future of Work Research Hub

About the Future of Work (FoW) Research Hub

The Hub is a focal point for interdisciplinary research on work and employment. It brings together Sussex researchers that draw from different disciplinary areas such as: human resources, employment relations, sociology of work and the professions, organization studies, personnel and labour economics, political economy, law, history, etc.

The Future of Work Research Hub is part of the Business School

Upcoming events:

  • 24 October: Future of Work Brownbag Welcome Seminar 
    Fulton 106, 15:30 - 17:00
    Speakers: Claire Barraclough; Marc Fullman; Jessica Horne – Roffey Park Scholarships, University of Sussex

    Claire Barraclough: What is the Knowledge of Menopause? and if it was listened to how might our workplaces change in structure, leadership culture and working practices? The Menopausal Voice Speaks; 

    Marc Fullman: What is the experience of encountering cyber incivility through enterprise social network platforms? 

    Jessica Horne: Memory and identity in Heritage: Exploring the lived experience of paid and unpaid work in heritage settings

  • 7 November: Future of Work in Greater Brighton CoLab 
    Brighthelm Centre, 17:30 - 19:30. Sign up for free.

  • 21 November: Future of Work Brownbag Research Seminar
    Jub G32, 12:00-13:30. 

    Speaker: Emeline Brule, Department of Engineering and Design, University of Sussex
    Title: Getting in and out of stable employment in Silicon Valley: the women behind your user experience

  • 5 December: Future of Work Brownbag Research Seminar
    Jub G32, 15:30 - 17:00. Speakers TBC

    Speaker: Simone Vannuccini, SPRU, University of Sussex
    Title: A systemic perspective on socioeconomic transformation in the digital age

Read more about our recent and upcoming events.

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