Fantastic Job Opportunity to do Research Work in Glasgow on Precarious Work and Law

  April 13 2018 Professor Ruth Dukes of University of Glasgow School of Law Professor Ruth Dukes of Glasgow School of Law, my good friend and international labour law star (and co-teacher with me in Osgoode’s LLM upcoming program in labour and employment law), sends along a great  job opportunity that may be of interest to Canadian and American academics working in the area of precarious work, law, and the ‘gig’ economy. This a two year research job (ending August 2020) at the University of Glasgow. The closing date for applications is April 23.  The job ad is here. Here is the job description: Job Purpose To make a leading contribution to the ERC funded project: Work on Demand: Contracting for Work in a Changing Economy (‘WorkOD’). The WorkOD project seeks to investigate the ever-evolving nature of contracts and contracting behaviour in the world of work – not only contracts of employment, but also those of casual,…

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