Eugenia Lim & APHIDS MTalk: On Work And Mobility Panel MPavillion 2019
The panel was led by Eugenia Lim and leading thinkers and advocates from across the fields of labour and industrial relations, gig workers’ rights and the arts in a panel that explores working in the digital age, and the impact of the gig economy on our relationships, rights, creativity and bodies. Sarah in particular, discussed Australian law/policy when it comes to the gig economy and platform work. As well as how we compare globally and the future trends we can we expect. Speakers on the panel also included artist and performance maker Roshelle Fong; and former Foodora worker Josh Klooger.
On Tuesday 10 December 2019 our very own Chief Investigator, Sarah Kaine (Associate Professor, School of Business, UTS) recently spoke at Mpavillion in Melbourne, Victoria in a panel forming part of a series of series of public events designed to get you thinking and moving on the subject of work in the digital age.
Gig Watch stakeholder workshop 28 March 2019
The inaugural Gig Watch stakeholder workshop was held on the 28 Mach 2019 at the University of Technology Sydney City Campus. The workshop, facilitated by Dr Sarah Kaine and colleagues, sought input to the development of a scale for rating digital labour platforms.
Co-design workshop for the development of ratings criteria for digital labour platforms
An observatory for gig workers, stakeholders, researchers, policymakers