Maarit Laiho works as a senior researcher and human resource management researcher at the University of Turku, Turku School of Economics, at the department of management and entrepreneurship. She specializes in the practices of leadership and interaction, and the issues related to job coaching and the development of work communities. Her current research areas include … Continued
Edited volume: “Work and Labour in the Digital Future”, to be published in 2019 The editorial team at the WORK2017 Scientific Committee aims to publish an edited volume consisting of original papers that contribute to the theme of the conference, Work and Labour in the Digital Future. Edward Elgar has informed us of its initial … Continued
Telework 2017 – Building Sustainable Work Ecosystems 5–6 October 2017 Turku, Finland Call for Papers Submission deadline: 1 August 2017 Welcome to the Telework 2017 – 22nd International Telework Academy (ITA) workshop. Telework 2017 is organized by University of Turku in cooperation with International Telework Academy and Baltic Region Healthy Cities Association. Succested topics: Telework trends … Continued
Dr. Maija Vähämäki works as a university teacher at the department of management and entrepreneurship, in the unit of management and organisation at the University of Turku, Turku School of Economics. Her expertise is in diverse topics of organizational learning, leadership communication and work place relationships, dialogue in organisational development and qualitative research methods. To … Continued
Mareike Seifried is a research and teaching assistant at the Ludwig-Maximilians University (LMU) in Munich, Germany. Since March 2018, she has worked as a visiting researcher at Etla and as a part of SWiPE research project, where she has participated in research on Upwork employees. Read more about Mareike Seifried’s skills and research.
Tobias Kretschmer works as a professor at the Ludwig-Maximilians-University (LMU) in Munich, Germany. Currently, he is a visiting researcher in Etla and in the SWiPE research project. Read more about Tobias Kretschmer’s skills and work as a researcher.
Jörg Claussen works as an associate professor at the Ludwig-Maximilians-University (LMU) in Munich, Germany. Currently, he is a visiting researcher in Etla and in the SWiPE research project. Read more about Jörg Claussen’s skills and work as a researcher.
Valentine’s Day brought the Strategic Research Council event “For the Love of Research” offering excellent opportunities for SWiPE researchers to network with stakeholders and to present our research project. The event organised at the Helsinki Music Centre drew over 300 stakeholders interested in Strategic Research Council research. Throughout the day, solution workshops presented a number … Continued
Time Thursday 16th February, 08:30 to 12:00 Place Crowne Plaza Helsinki, Lumo-room, Mannerheimintie 50 Helsinki Registration Click Here Work and the ways of doing work are changing. At the same time, we know ever more about the link between working time, rest and health. What kind of working-time regulation is needed or is it … Continued
Eveliina Saari is a senior Researcher at the Finnish Institute of Occupational Health and is a Docent of adult education specialising in organisational learning and developmental evaluation at the University of Jyväskylä. She is also programme director for the Strategic Research Council programmes: Skilled Workers – Successful Labour Markets and Health, Wellbeing and Lifestyles. In … Continued