THURSDAY, 8 SEPT. 2022

 

15:00 - 16:30
PARALEL SESSIONS - SLOT 1

 T1-S01: REGULATING ATYPICAL WORK 

Between Service Providers and Exploiters? Staffing Agencies as Two-Faced Actors in Tight Labor Markets 

Ronny Ehlen, University of Hohenheim 

Caroline Ruiner, University of Hohenheim 

Birgit Apitzsch, Ruhr-University Bochum 

Lena Schulz, SOFI Goettingen 

Maximiliane Wilkesmann, TU Dortmund 

 

Challenging notions of part-time work: country and occupational differences in employment status reporting 

Janna Besamusca, Utrecht University 

Clare Stovell, University of Utrecht 

Mara Yerkes, Oxford Brookes University 

 

Economically dependent self-employment - at the crossroad between labour and civil law 

Kinga Moras-Olaś 

 

Some lessons on the impact of labour reforms on temporary employment in Spain 

Santos Ruesga, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid 

Ana Isabel Viñas, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid 

Laura Pérez Ortiz, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid 

Maribel Heredero, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid 

 

T1-S02: MANAGING EMPLOYMENT RELATIONS 

Management Opposition, Strikes and Union Threat 

Patrick Nüß, Kiel University 

 

Negotiating idiosyncratic deals to access, motivate and retain STEM outstanding employees 

Irene Sanchez, University of Barcelona 

Patricia Elgoibar, University of Barcelona 

Claudio Cruz, University of Barcelona 

 

Pay Method, Perceived Discrimination, and Self-Selection 

Marco A. Barrenechea-Mendez, Universidad Pública de Navarra

 

Is the Portuguese labour market rigid or flexible? Firms’ Compensation policies in last two decades 

Fátima Suleman, Instituto Universitário de Lisboa (ISCTE-IUL) 

Sérgio Lagoa, Instituto Universitário de Lisboa (ISCTE-IUL) 

Abdu Suleman, Instituto Universitário de Lisboa (ISCTE-IUL) 

 

T1-S03: MINIMUM WAGES 

The European Minimum Wage Directive: Change of direction in European Labour Relations? 

Thorsten Schulten, Wirtschafts- und Sozialwissenschaftliches Institut (WSI) 

Serife Erol-vogel, Wirtschafts- und Sozialwissenschaftliches Institut (WSI) 

Johannes Specht, Gewerkschaft Nahrung Genuss Gaststätten (NGG) 

 

Enforcement of labour regulation in relation to minimum wages 

Frikkie de Bruin, PSCBC 

Do minimum wages crowd out union density? 

Georg Picot, University of Bergen 

Peter Starke, University of Southern Denmark 

Michal Kozak, University of Oslo 

 

Facing inequalities through the guarantee of a minimum wage in global green value chains 

María José Gómez-Millan Herencia, Universidad Pablo de Olavide

T2-S01: TRANS-NATIONAL COLLECTIVE BARGAINING AND ACTIONS 

Stagnation and decline of transnational company agreements 

Udo Rehfeldt, IRES 

 

European Works Councils after Brexit: New Challenges for Transnational Employee Representation? 

Patrick Witzak, Ruhr University Bochum 

Markus Hertwig, Cardiff University 

Timo René Blache, Institut de Recherches Economiques et Sociales 

Marco Hauptmeier, Cardiff University 

Kevin Guillas-cavan, Institut de Recherches Economiques et Sociales 

 

What factors are driving the increasing number of transnational labour protests in Europe (1997-2019)? 

Roland Erne, UCD Dublin 

Jörg Nowak, UCD Dublin. Universidade de Brasilia 

Transnational Company Agreements: Recent Trends 

Isabel da Costa, CNRS, IDHES, ENS Paris-Saclay 

T2-S02: PLATFORM WORK REGULATION AND UNION RESPONSES 

Two different solutions for delivery riders: Employees by law in Spain or by platform will in Norway 

Montse Sole-Truyols, Universitat Rovira i Virgili 

 

Riding together? Why food deliver riders join trade unions 

Kurt Vandaele, European Centre for Social Welfare Policy and Research 

Leonard Geyer, European Centre for Social Welfare Policy and Research 

Nicolas Prinz, European Trade Union Institute (ETUI) 

 

Back to basics: European unions’ innovative organizing strategies towards freelancers and platform workers 

Trine Pernille Larsen, University of Copenhagen 

Anna Ilsøe, University of Copenhagen 

 

Union renewal? Trade union strategies towards platform work 

Kristin Jesnes, FAFO 

 

T3-S01: SKILLS, LIFE-LONG LEARNING AND VET FOR THE GREEN TRANSITION 

Reskilling and upskilling: the beginning of a value chain to a just transition 

Rita Marques Nossa, Centre for Legal and Economic Research 

Duarte Abrunhosa e Sousa, Centre for Legal and Economic Research 

 

Labor market policy in the transformation to a green economy 

Gerhard Bosch, IAQ University Dusiburg-Essen 

 

Just transition, lifelong learning, and labour law 

Jari Murto, University of Helsinki 

 

T4-S01: ESSENTIAL WORKERS I 

Healthcare workers in COVID times: Heroes suffering from a dark side 

Patricia Elgoibar, University of Barcelona 

Ana Belen Garcia, University of Loyola, Seville 

Francisco Medina, University of Seville 

Lourdes Munduate, University of Seville 

Martin Euwema, University of Leuven 

 

Towards Sustainable ER in Healthcare? Examining Workload and Pay Initiatives In Response to the Pandemic 

Nick Krachler, King's College London 

Ian Kessler, King's College London 

Stephen Bach, King's College London 

 

Identity work as identity intensification: Professional identity and purpose in the public sector in Chile 

Jenny K Rodriguez, Work & Equalities Institute, University of Manchester 

Stephen Procter, Newcastle University Business School 

Gregorio Perez Arrau, University of Santiago de Chile 

 

T5-S01: DIGITALIZATION, WORKERS VOICE AND PARTICIPATION 

Trade Unions’ Rage Against the Machine? The Role of Industrial Relations for the Use of Digital Technology 

Bernd Brandl, Durham University Business School 

 

The acceleration of digitalisation during the Covid-19 pandemic: Implications for employee voice 

Laura Good, University of Sydney 

 

Digitization, monitoring, and privacy in Norwegian companies 

Mona Bråten, FAFO 

Rolf K Andersen, FAFO 

 

T5-S02: THE IMPLICATIONS OF TELEWORK 

An Example of the Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on the Future of Work Trends: Remote Work 

Semra Kose, Istanbul Aydin University 

 

Uberization of private homes? Telework and the distribution of workplace costs between employers and employees 

Dorothea Alewell, University of Hamburg 

Ricarda Reich, University of Hamburg 

 

“Workation” as a HR practice and quality of work: What are the legal implications? 

André Zipperer, Universidade de São Paulo 

Fabrício Zipperer, Centro Universitário Autônomo do Brasil - UniBrasil 

15:00 - 18:15
SPECIAL SESSIONS - SLOT 1

SS-T1-01: IMPROVING THE REGULATION OF PLATFORM WORK (LEGISLATIVE INITIATIVES, DIVERGENT CASE LAW, AND COLLECTIVE BARGAINING) 

Chair: Frank Tros, AIAS-HS 

 

Pros and Cons of regulating platform work at European level: an analysis of the proposal for a Directive on improving working conditions in platform 

Nuria Ramos Martín, AIAS-HSI, University of Amsterdam 

 

Is a Code of Practice sufficient to regulate Platform Work? 

Anthony Kerr, University College Dublin 

 

Latest trends in Belgian case Law: “platform delivery riders are not employees”: the December 2021 Deliveroo case 

Alexander de Becker, University of Gent 

 

Comparing different regulatory approaches to platform work: the cases of the Netherlands and France 

Hanneke Bennaars, AIAS-HSI, University of Amsterdam 

 

Monitoring employee's emotions through algorithms 

Ana Belén Muñoz Ruiz, University Carlos III-Madrid 

15:00 - 16:30 
SPECIAL SESSIONS - SLOT 1

SS-T3-01: ENERGY TRANSITION, POLICY INNOVATION AND TERRITORIAL RESILIENCE 

Chair: Maria Alexia Sanz Hernández 

 

Just transition and social inclusion, a necessary binomial for vulnerable environments. A look from Aragon 

María Esther López Rodríguez, Universidad de Zaragoza 

 

Questioning the just transition in the media: delay discourses of energy transition in Aragon, Spain 

María Alexia Sanz Hernández 

 

Just transition: framing and creating legitimacy in the Asturian media. 

Ángel Alonso Domínguez 

 

Energy transition in Castilla y León. Evolution of media discourses 

Rosario Marcos-Santiago 

 

Actor networks in energy transition in four coal-intensive EU regions. 

Roberto Cantoni

SS-T5-01: LA HUMANIZACIÓN DE LA TECNOLOGÍA EN LOS ENTORNOS LABORALES REMOTOS (SESSION IN SPANISH) 

Chair: Viviana Díaz 

 

Prácticas de HRM y la calidad del trabajo 

Viviana Laura Díaz 

 

Consecuencias de la digitalización para los ámbitos de la política de HRM y las relaciones laborales 

Alberto Fantini 

 

Trabajo remoto y HRM 

Erico Ernesto Wulf Betancourt 

 

Nuevas prácticas en los campos políticos de HRM dentro y más allá de la empresa única 

Jaime Guerrero 

THURSDAY, 8 SEPT. 2022

 

16:45 - 18:15 
PARALEL SESSIONS - SLOT 2

T1-S04: MINIMUM WAGES 

Minimum Wage Effects across the Wage Distribution 

Marc Riudavets, University of Helsinki 

Ferran Elias, University of Valencia 

 

Effects of the introduction of the statutory minimum wage on income and consumption in Germany 

Toralf Pusch, WSI. Hans Böckler Stiftung 

Helge Emmler, Hans Böckler Stiftung 

 

Criteria for setting the minimum wage as a factor in meeting the vital needs of workers 

Marcin Wujczyk, Jagiellonian University of Cracow 

 

The development of low-wage work in Sweden - how should they be measure 

Johan Alfonsson, Sociology and Work Science University of Gothenburg Patrik Vulkan, Sociology and Work Science University of Gothenburg Tomas Berglund, Sociology and Work Science University of Gothenburg 

T1-S05: PRECARITY AND INEQUALITIES 

Hidden groups of hybrid workers on labour platforms in Denmark 

Jonas Kristiansen, University of Copenhagen 

Trine Larsen, University of Copenhagen 

Anna Ilsøe, University of Copenhagen 

 

Turning Post-materialism on its head: Self-expression and autonomy at work in the age of precarity 

Petar Marčeta, University of Amsterdam 

Wike Been, University of Groningen 

Maarten Keune, University of Amsterdam 

 

Pay equality by reason of sex: progress and setbacks 

Raquel Poquet, University of Valencia 

 

Comparing workplace regimes in a low-end service sector: the case of McDonald’s in China and the UK 

Wei Wei, University of Oxford 

 

T1-S06: LABOUR MARKET POLICY IN THE POST-PANDEMIC 

Labour market and posts-pandemic scenario. Recent developments and future perspectives 

Raul Lorente, University of Valencia 

Josep Banyuls Llopis, University of Valencia 

 

Income guarantee schemes and inclusion during Covid-19. Reform and policy innovation in the Southern Cone 

Emma Rose Álvarez Cronin, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona 

Laura Pérez Ortiz, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid 

 

The Covid-19 (Miscellaneous) Provision Act 2020 -The Mauritian Case Study 

Rajendra Parsad Gunputh, University of Mauritius 

 

Doubling down or switching paths? Labour market policy change in Southern Europe after Covid-19 

Arianna Tassinari, Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies 

 

T2-S03: CHANGES IN COLLECTIVE BARGAINING 

The role of collective agreements in the liberalisation of industrial relations 

Saskia Boumans, AIAS-HSI, University of Amsterdam

 

Trends and challenges of decentralization in the German system of labor regulation. Tales from two sectors 

Sophie Rosenbohm, University of Duisburg-Essen 

Thomas Haipeter, University of Duisburg-Essen 

 

Local Collective Bargaining and Organised Decentralisation in Sweden 

Mia Rönnmar, Faculty of Law, Lund University 

Andrea Iossa, Kristianstad University 

 

The interrelationship of collective bargaining at industry and company levels in France 

Noélie Delahaie, IRES 

Catherine Vincent, IRES 

Anne Fretel, Université Paris 8 

Nicolas Farvaque, ORSEU France 

Kevin Guillas-cavan, IRES 

Djamel Messaoudi, ORSEU France 

Héloïse Petit, CNAM Université Paris 

Michèle Tallard, IRES 

 

T2-S04: NEW TECHNOLOGIES AND WORKERS PARTICIPATION 

Embracing digitalization and AI: A taxonomy of tools developed by labor organizations 

Isabelle Roberge-Maltais, HEC Montréal 

 

Unions on Facebook: Developing union democracy on- and offline 

Mark Friis Hau, FAOS, Department of Sociology, University of Copenhagen 

Nanna Wesley Hansen, FAOS, Department of Sociology, Uni. of Copenhagen 

 

Participation in the digitalisation of work: models and experiences for a shared sustainable process 

Stefano Bini, University of Córdoba 

 

Algorithmic mediation or interpersonal communication? 

David Öborn Regin, Karlstad University 

Robert Mackenzie, Karlstad University 

Henrik Örnebring, Karlstad University 

Elizabeth Van Couvering, Karlstad University 

 

T3-S02: INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS AND THE GREEN TRANSITION 

The role of social dialogue and collective bargaining in the ecological transition 

Azahara Merino Martos, CCOO 

 

The role of labour relations in the socio-ecological transformation of public services: the case of Germany 

Andrea Mueller, Research Institute for Labour, Technology and Culture 

The way to “greening" the workplaces in Poland 

Anna Piszczek, University of Lodz; Supreme Court of the Republic of Poland 

Michał Barański, University of Silesia in Katowice 

Katarzyna Jaworska, University of Warmia and Mazury in Olsztyn 

 

Retirement, life satisfaction and migration in a context of energy transition: lessons from As Pontes 

Xaquín Pérez-Sindín, University of Warsaw 

 

T3-S03: SOCIAL PARTNERS AND THE GREEN TRANSITION 

The varying effect of union membership on environmental policy support across countries 

Josef Ringqvist, Karlstad University 

 

The Regulatory Challenges of the Just Transition at Work 

Vincenzo Pietrogiovanni, Lund University 

Beatriz Martinez Romera, Copenhagen University 

 

The relationship between environmental care and labour rights in global value chains: two endangered resources 

Marouane Laabbas el Guennouni, Universitat Rovira I Virgili 

 

European Social Dialogue Documents: An Effective Commitment for Ecological Sustainability? 

Selen Uncular, Pompeu Fabra University 

 

T4-S02: EMPLOYMENT RELATIONS IN THE PANDEMIC 

Public sector wage-setting and its implications for collective bargaining coordination 

Frikkie de Bruin, PSCBC

 

It's not just the pandemic that's to blame: the stagnation of social dialogue in Slovenia 

Valentina Franca, University of Ljubljana 

Polona Domadenik, University of Ljubljana 

 

Covid-19 and employee-employer interaction: The global paradigm for job security in employment relations 

Joshua Olabiyi, University of The Western Cape 

T4-S03: TRADE UNIONS IN THE PUBLIC SECTOR 

Under the weather. Trade union positions towards Covid-19 related occupational health and safety measures 

Adrien Thomas, Federal Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (BAuA) 

Nadja Doerflinger, Federal Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (BAuA) 

 

Trade union power resources in the public and the private sector: The German example 

Werner Schmidt, Research Institute for Work, Technology and Culture 

Andrea Müller, Research Institute for Work, Technology and Culture 

 

Power resources in public sector employment relations in Denmark and Finland 

Laust Høgedahl, Aalborg Universitet 

Paul Jonker-Hoffrén, Tampere University 

 

T5-S03: NEW FORMS OF WORK AND WORKERS’ WELLBEING 

A Collaborative Approach to Promoting Workplace Mental Health 

Johanna Macneil, RMIT University 

Mark Bray, The University of Newcastle, Australia 

Timothy Bartram, RMIT University, Australia 

Beni Halvorsen, RMIT University, Australia 

Lena Wang, RMIT University, Australia 

 

Does the new telework generation need a right to disconnect? 

Tina Weber, Eurofound 

Dragos Adascalitei, Eurofound 

Digital voice in the workplace: digital interactions and perceptions of employee well-being 

Barbara Bechter, Durham University 

16:45 - 18:15 
SPECIAL SESSIONS - SLOT 2

SS-T3-02: TRADE UNIONS IN THE EUROPEAN UNION 

Chair: Vandaele, Kurt and Müller, Torsten 

Waddington, Jeremy; Vandaele, Kurt and Müller, Torsten 

 

SS-T5-02: REMOTE WORK AND LABOUR RIGHTS: CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES 

Chair: Silvia Rainone 

 

Part 1: Remote work and impact on working conditions 

Moderator and commentator: Silvia Rainone (ETUI, KU Leuven) 

 

Remote work and use of flexible workforce: what trends do we see? 

Uma Rani (ILO) 

Individual and contextual variation in benefits of remote work 

Wouter Zwysen (ETUI) 

 

Part 2 : Remote work and structural (organizational) challenges 

Moderator and commentator: Mehtap Akgüç (ETUI) 

Remote work and shift in global value chains 

Pamela Meil (Institute for Social Science Research) 

 

Rethinking workers’ organization and union’s strategies 

Birte Dedden (UNI Europa)