FRIDAY, 9 SEPT. 2022

09:30 - 11:00
PARALEL SESSIONS - SLOT 3

T1-S07: EMPLOYMENT ADJUSTMENT AND JOB RETENTION SCHEMES 

Are Job Retention Schemes Protecting Temporary Workers? A dual labour market amid the Covid19 pandemic 

Miguel Malo, Universidad de Salamanca 

 

Job retention arrangements in Norway: institutional change in the face of the covid-19 pandemics? 

Jørgen Svalund, FAFO 

 

Employment adjustments in times of crisis 

Christian Hohendanner, Institute for Employment Research IAB 

 

T1-S08: GREEN JOBS AND THE GREEN TRANSITION 

Pros and Cons of Remote Working from the Perspective of Decent Work and Green Deal 

Zeynep Şişli, Izmir University of Economics 

Serenay Kara, Izmir University of Economics 

 

CSR in Green Transition: from Transnational Social Dialogue to the EU Directive on Due Diligence 

Carla Spinelli, University Aldo Moro of Bari 

 

Green jobs as part of the legal roadmap towards a sustainable and responsible workplace in Colombia 

Luz Maria Arbelaez Velasquez, ILERA Colombia - Brigard Urrutia 

 

T1-S09: LABOR LAW: ENFORCEMENT AND PROTECTION 

The Employer’s Legal Responsibility for Working Environment and Rehabilitation 

Johan Holm, Umeå universitet 

 

Enforcement of Labour Law: The role of courts and tribunals in Argentina, Brazil and Mexico 

Eleonora Peliza, Universidad Nacional de Tres de Febrero – ARTRA 

Juan Martin Morando, ILERA ARTRA 

Changing Paradigms, Consisting Question: Whom To Protect Under Labour Law? 

Serter Oran, University of Bulent Ecevit, Zonguldak, Turkey 

Elif Tugba Dogan, University of Ankara 

Gaye Burcu Yildiz, University of Ankara 

 

The Role of Labour Inspectorate in the Enforcement of Labour Regulation: The case of Greece 

Achilleas Anagnostopoulos, University of Thessaly 

Stanley Siebert, University of Birmingham 

T1-S10: LABOR MARKET TRAJECTORIES AND INEQUALITIES 

The labor trajectories of self-employed workers 

Claudia Andrea Baeza Cabello, Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona 

 

Post-redundancy Transitions and Sustainable Working Lives 

Chris McLachlan, Queen Mary University of London 

Robert Mackenzie, Karlstad University, Sweden 

Roland Ahlstrand, Dalarna University, Sweden 

Alexis Rydell, Dalarna University, Sweden 

Jennifer Hobbins, Swedish Defence University 

Martin O'brien, University of Wollongong 

Mark Stuart, University of Leeds 

 

A gender trap of low-skilled jobs? Refugees’ prospects for occupational mobility in Sweden 

Anne Grönlund, Umeå University, Sweden 

Madelene Nordlund, Umeå University, Sweden 

 

Employment services as providers of social capital to young people with precarious employment trajectories 

Joan Rodríguez-Soler, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona 

Joan Miquel Verd, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona 

 

T2-S05: DIGITIZATION, RESISTANCE AND CONFLICT 

Control and Conflict at Amazon 

Georg Barthel, University of Duisburg-Essen 

 

Digital employee monitoring and collective bargaining 

Helena Ysàs, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona 

 

Workers' voice on how their work environment has changed with a software robot as a colleague 

Annica Asp, Karlstad University

Kristina Palm, Karlstad University; Karolinska Institutet  

Carin Håkansta, Karlstad University; Karolinska Institutet 

 

Fear of Missing Out: Workaholism and Gamification amongst Platform Delivery Workers in the UK 

Tony Royle, University of York 

Cristian Lee Santabarbara, University of York 

 

T2-S06: UNIONS AND COLLECTIVE BARGAINING 

After industrial relations reform: Coping with the loss of decentralized representation structures? 

Kevin Guillas-Cavan, Institut de Recherches Economiques et Sociales (IRES) 

Marcus Kahmann, Institut de Recherches Economiques et Sociales (IRES) 

 

Under which conditions do unions sign collective agreements containing pro-outsider clauses? A fsQCA analysis 

Paulo Marques, ISCTE - Instituto Universitário de Lisboa and DINÂMIA'CET 

Chiara Benassi, King's College London 

André Pinto, ISCTE - Instituto Universitário de Lisboa and DINÂMIA'CET 

Ana Costa, ISCTE - Instituto Universitário de Lisboa and DINÂMIA'CET 

 

Level-up: moving from single-employer to multi-employer bargaining 

Stan De Spiegelaere, Ghent University - UNI Europa 

 

T3-S04: GREEN TRANSITION AND WORKERS’ VOICE 

Workers’ Voices and Climate Change: The Diverse Role of social partners in Just Transition Policies 

Mauro Pucheta, Kingston University London 

Ana Belen Sanchez López, Asociacion Española de Fundaciones 

 

The role of global employee voice in facilitating the transition towards a low carbon economy 

Anastasia Alexeeva, University of Westminster, London 

 

Workers’ Voice and Security in a Just Transition: Rolls Royce and Redundancies in Inchinnan, Scotland 

Ewan Mackenzie, Newcastle University 

Alan McKinlay, Newcastle University 

Jim Phillips, Glasgow University 

Ewan Gibbs, Glasgow University 

Stephen Procter, Newcastle University 

Des McNulty, Glasgow University 

T4-S04: REMOTE WORK IN THE PANDEMIC 

The teleworking experience during COVID-19: Changes in perceptions of labor relations 

Vicent Borràs Català, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona 

Sara Moreno Colom, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona 

Paula Arboix Caldentey, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona 

Mireia Riera Madurga, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona 

 

The modern concept of employee subordination on the example of employees in the public sphere. 

Paulina Matyjas Lysakowska, Jan Kochanowski University in Kielce, Poland 

 

Impact of Covid-19 on human resource practices and future workforce: case of statistics Botswana 

Theophilus Tebetso Tshukudu, University of Botswana 

 

Motivating and Dissuading Factors in Work-from-Home Arrangement: Employer vs. Employee Perspectives 

Virgel Binghay, University of the Philippines 

 

T5-S04: ALGORITHMIC MANAGEMENT 

With or Without Algorithms: Managing Self-Employed in the Platform Economy 

Christian Haldrup, University of Copenhagen 

Anna Ilsøe, University of Copenhagen 

Trine Pernille Larsen, University of Copenhagen 

 

Algorithms for profiling and automated decisions in the workplace: are current transparency measures enough? 

Anna Ginès i Fabrellas, Esade Law School 

 

The subjectivity of artificial intelligence as an employer 

Krzysztof Stefanski, University of Lodz 

09:30 - 11:00
SPECIAL SESSIONS - SLOT 3

SS-T1-02: POWER RESOURCES IN EMPLOYMENT RELATIONS - I 

Chair and organiser: Jens Arnholtz, FAOS, University of Copenhagen 

 

Ideational power resources in employment relations 

Colm McLaughlin, University College Dublin 

Chris F. Wright, The University of Sydney 

Leveraging power resources for a decent minimum wage 

Damian Grimshaw, King’s College London 

Mat Johnson, The University of Manchester 

 

Why varieties of power resources matter 

Guglielmo Meardi, Scuola Normale Superiore 

SS-T3-03: TURNING POINTS IN NATIONAL LABOR RELATIONS: A COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVE - I 

Chair: Martin Behrens 

 

Turning points in comparative labour relations: The case of Germany 

Martin Behrens, WSI/Hans-Boeckler-Foundation 

Andreas H. Pekarek, The University of Melbourne 

 

Critical junctures and turning points in Italian industrial relations 

Lisa Dorigatti, University of Milan 

 

The embedding of a neoliberal paradigm: Institutional change and actor power in Australian industrial relations policy 

Chris Wright, University of Sydney 

 

Driving Forces in Evolution of Employment Relations in Russia 

Maria Bytchkova, London School of Economics 

 

SS-T4-01: SOCIAL DIALOGUE AND WELFARE SERVICES IN EUROPE: NATIONAL CHALLENGES AND LOCAL SOLUTIONS FOR LABOUR AND EMPLOYMENT RELATIONS - I 

Chair: Stefano Neri, University of Milan 

 

Welfare as labour market and labour in the welfare services in Europe: employment, jobs and industrial relations 

Stefano Neri, University of Milan 

 

Wage setting and workload as crucial arena for social dialogue in Germany

Karin Gottschall, University of Bremen

Ruth Abramowski, University of Bremen 

 

Tackling labour shortage in the care services: social dialogue and union action in Denmark 

Mikkel Mailand, FAOS, University of Copenhagen 

Nana Wesley Hansen, FAOS, Univ. of Copenhagen 

 

The Dutch welfare services between marketisation and social dumping

Frank Tros, University of Amsterdam 

Simon Kuijpers-Heezemans, University of Amsterdam 

 

Discussant: Manuela Galetto, University of Warwick 

FRIDAY, 9 SEPT. 2022

15:00 - 16:30 

PARALLEL SESSIONS - SLOT 4

T1-S11: MEMBERSHIP AND RENEWAL OF TRADE UNIONS 

Union Finances: The Dark horse within European trade unions’ means of actions Trine Pernille Larsen, University of Copenhagen 

Anna Ilsøe University of Copenhagen 

Jens Arnholtz, University of Copenhagen 

Maria De Paz Campos Lima, Dinamia-CET - Lisbon University Institute 

 

Beyond Density: Improving Labor Unions’ Representativeness through Gender Quotas 

Raquel Rego, Instituto de Ciências Sociais, Universidade de Lisboa 

Ana Espírito-Santo, ISCTE - Instituto Universitário de Lisboa 

 

Trade union membership among labour migrants: the case of Norway 

Kristine Nergaard, FAFO Institute for Labour and Social Research 

Anne Mette Ødegård, FAFO Institute for Labour and Social Research 

 

Collectivising services: trade union renewal at the crossroads 

Andrea Bellini, Sapienza University of Rome 

Marco Betti, Fondazione Tarantell 

Alberto Gherardini, University of Turin 

Francesco Lauria, Centro Studi Nazionale CISL, Fondazione Tarantelli 

 

T1-S12: LABOR MARKET REGULATIONS 

Labour Market Regulations and Productivity 

Eva Udden Sonnegård, The Ratio Institute 

 

The Crossroad of Regional Integration and Labour Mobility: The Philippines and ASEAN Experience 

Jan Ivan Santamaria, University of the City of Manila 

Labour regulation in transnational supply and value chains: Categorizing newly emerging order formations 

Patrick Witzak, Ruhr University Bochum 

Mandatory Extensions of collective agreements in Norway, 1994-2018. An analysis of sectoral differences 

Trond H. Erlien, University of Bergen 

T1-S13: REGULATING DUALIZED LABOR MARKETS 

New Regulation in the German Meat Industry: Towards better Working Conditions and a new Labour Relations? 

Thorsten Schulten, Wirtschafts- und Sozialwissenschaftliches Institut (WSI) 

Serife Erol-Vogel, Wirtschafts- und Sozialwissenschaftliches Institut (WSI) Johannes Specht, Gewerkschaft Nahrung Genuss Gaststätten (NGG) 

 

Precarity and fraud after the ‘Rider Law’: exploring the circumvention of labour law by digital platforms 

Pablo Sanz de Miguel, Notus-ASR 

María Isabel Casas-Cortés, Universidad de Zaragoza 

Juan Arasanz, Notus-ASR 

Amaia Prieto, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid 

Miguel Montañes, Universidad de Zaragoza 

 

Between legality and illegality: the subcontracting of labour-intensive activities in Northern Italy 

Monica Bolelli, University of Duisburg-Essen & Max Planck Institute for the Study of Society 

 

Polarisation driven by widening firm gaps and outsourcing 

Wouter Zwysen, ETUI 

T2-S07: COLLECTIVE RESPONSES OF PLATFORM WORKERS 

How to (re)cover remote and platform workers? An empirical analysis and policy implication 

Valentina Franca, University of Ljubljana 

Polona Domadenik, University of Ljubljana 

 

Working Conditions of Platform Workers and Their Protest Waves in Turkey 

Sevda Köse, Kocaeli University 

Azi̇z Çelik, Kocaeli University 

 

Platform workers in the US and the EU: employees or independent contractors? 

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

T2-S08: COVID-19 EFFECTS ON LABOR MARKET 

Digitalization in Norwegian retail – towards a more divided workforce? 

Kristin Alsos, FAFO 

Sissel C. Trygstad, FAFO 

 

Do workers speak up when job insecure? Examining workers’ response to precarity during the COVID-19 pandemic 

Hye Jin Rho, Michigan State University 

Christine A. Riordan, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign 

Christian Lyhne Ibsen, University of Copenhagen 

J. Ryan Lamare, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign 

Maite Tapia, Michigan State University 

 

Reactions to the Covid-19 Pandemic in the German Auto and IT-services Sectors 

Christina Teipen, HWR Berlin (Berlin School of Economics and Law) 

Helena Gräf, HWR Berlin (Berlin School of Economics and Law) 

 

Telework regulation in the EU: a comparative analysis 

Ricardo Rodríguez, Eurofound 

Pablo Sanz, Notus-ASR 

Óscar Vargas, Eurofound 

Eckhard Voss, WMP consult - Wilke Maack GmbH 

 

T2-S09: NEW TECHNOLOGIES AND INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS 

How does digitalisation affect industrial relations, and vice-versa, in the Italian & Spanish retail sector? 

Stefano Gasparri, University of the West of England 

Arianna Marcolin, Sant'Anna School of Advanced Studies 

 

Collective bargaining and digitalisation – crisis or revitalisation of trade unions? 

Nele Dittmar, TU Berlin 

 

Digitalization and work organization in Italian banks: the role of collective barganing 

Francesco Seghezzi, Università di Modena e Reggio Emilia 

 

The Future of Labor Unions in the Age of Automation and at the Dawn of AI 

Gadi Nissim, Ruppin Academic Center 

Tomer Simon, Tel Aviv University 

T3-S05: GREEN TRANSITION AND LABOR MARKET POLICIES 

From just transition to the `eco-social state` 

Bela Galgoczi, European Trade union Institute 

 

The Scandinavian labour market model and the green shift 

Alexander Sønderland Skjønberg, BI Norwegian Business School 

 

Understanding green transitions through a Society-Actors-Processes-Policy lens 

Emma Hughes, University of Liverpool 

Tony Dundon, University of Limerick and University of Manchester 

 

The role of social dialogue in climate change adaptations 

Nicole Christiansen, University of Copenhagen 

 

T4-S05: ESSENTIAL WORKERS II 

Bargaining on the front line: protecting front line workers in health, social care and food retail 

JIll Rubery, University of Manchester 

Eva Herman, Alliance Manchester Business School, University of Manchester 

Isabel Tavora, Alliance Manchester Business School, University of Manchester 

Abbie Winton, Alliance Manchester Business School, University of Manchester 

 

Elderly Care Professionals During the Pandemic - A Swedish Perspective on a Legal Problem 

Peter Ramsjö, Uppsala University 

 

Distributional conflicts between public employees – The Danish nurses’ strike during the pandemic in 2021 

Flemming Ibsen, Aalborg Universitet 

Laus Høgedahl, Aalborg Universitet 

 

T4-S06: EMPLOYMENT AND COLLECTIVE ACTION IN THE PANDEMIC 

The covid-19 pandemic and transformations in Danish working life 

Thomas Bredgaard, Aalborg University 

 

COVID-19, Control and Resistance in Devolved Public Education Work 

Isabella Dabaja, University of Sydney

The changing Trade union landscape in the public sector employment relations 

Frikkie de Bruin, PSCBC 

 

T5-S05: MANAGEMENT, ORGANIZATIONS AND TRAINING 

Significant Antecedents of Organizational Citizenship Behaviours: Evidence from Indian Banking Employees 

Sudhir Chandra Das, Banaras Hindu University 

 

Reward Management System Used by the BUIST on Employee Performance 

Theophilus Tebetso Tshukudu, University of Botswana 

 

The education and vocational training of modern youth 

Andrey Zuev, Studliga LLC 

15:00 - 16:30 

SPECIAL SESSIONS - SLOT 4

SS-T1-02: POWER RESOURCES IN EMPLOYMENT RELATIONS - II 

Chair and organiser: Jens Arnholtz, FAOS, University of Copenhagen 

 

What’s in a Number? Reductionist and Holistic Approaches to Associational Power 

Christian Lyhne Ibsen, University of Copenhagen 

 

Power resource theory and the case of migrant workers 

Stefania Marino, The University of Manchester 

Miguel Martinez Lucio, The University of Manchester 

 

Power and interests in revitalized power resource theory 

Jens Arnholtz, University of Copenhagen 

Bjarke Refslund, Aalborg University 

 

SS-T1-03: MAKING WORKERS' RIGHTS IN GSCS A REALITY 

Chair: Janice Bellace 

 

The experience of GSCs in Latin American and Asia and will analyze the USMCA labour clause and its impact on labour rights in Mexico 

Mark Anner 

 

Recent due diligence legislation in Europe 

Nicolas Bueno 

The ILO fundamental principles and how the language in labour clauses in trade agreements does not fully embrace these rights 

Franz Christian Ebert 

 

EU trade agreements, and in particular the implications of the expert panel’s report on the EU – Korea trade agreement. 

Tonia Novitz 

 

The Role of the EU in the Promotion of Human Rights and International Labour Standards in EU Trade Agreements. 

Samantha Velluti, University of Sussex 

 

Discussant: Janice Bellace 

SS-T3-03: TURNING POINTS IN NATIONAL LABOR RELATIONS: A COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVE - II 

Chair: Martin Behrens 

 

IR in the Netherlands: from collaboration to conflict 

Saskia Boumans, AIAS-HIS, Amsterdam 

 

The United States: Disjunctures and Continuities 

Alex J. Colvin, Cornell University 

 

Turning points in Spanish labour relations 

Kerstin Hamann, University of Central Florida Oscar Molina, Autonomous University of Barcelona 

 

Danish industrial relations – a slow slide towards deep changes 

Søren Kaj Andersen, FAOS, Employment Relations Research Center, Copenhagen 

 

SS-T4-01: SOCIAL DIALOGUE AND WELFARE SERVICES IN EUROPE: NATIONAL CHALLENGES AND LOCAL SOLUTIONS FOR LABOUR AND EMPLOYMENT RELATIONS - II 

Chair: Stefano Neri, university of Milan 

 

Social dialogue in welfare services in Spain between actors’ fragmentation and a migrant workforce 

Oscar Molina, Autonomous University of Barcelona 

Alejandro Godino, Autonomous Univ of Barcelona 

Joan Rodriguez-Soler, Autonomous Univ.of Barcelona 

Union responses to the lack of care services: a comparison between Slovakia and Hungary 

Marta Kahancová, CELSI Barbora Holubova CELSI Pavol Bors, CELSI 

 

A segmentation to recompose: union actions in the welfare services in Italy between public and private provision 

Valeria Breuker, University of Milan 

Lisa Dorigatti, University of Milan 

Anna Mori, University of Milan 

Stefano Neri, University of Milan 

Emmanuele Pavolini, University of Macerata 

Discussant 2: Maarten Keune, University of Amsterdam