Behind each link, you find the description and detailed program of the stream.
Age and work
Changing employment relations
Creativity at work
Digitalization at work
Education, work and employment
Health and wellbeing at work
History of working life
Labour markets and labour policies
Labouring in affective capitalism
Leadership, work and innovation
Legal aspects of work and employment
Migration, work and labour markets
New meanings of work
Overwork and its effects
Place of theory in working life research
Public sector work and welfare society
Sources of meaning in work
Sites and places of work
Sustainability at work
Work and family
Work practices and quality of work
Instructions for oral presentations
In general, you will have c. 20 minutes for your presentation and some additional time for discussion, depending on the length of the Stream, the number of the presentations and the Stream governor. You may have received additional instructions from your Stream convener.
You do not need to submit a full paper for the Stream. For the oral presentation, please use the PowerPoint (PPT or PPTX), PDF file or similar, and copy your presentation to USB memory stick for the upload prior your session. If you wish to use your own Mac for your presentation, please bring your own adapter for VGA input and take into account the extra time needed for the change of computer in preparing your presentation.
Instructions for posters
The posters will be displayed in the conference venue, close to the info desk.
The size of the poster board are 88 cm (width) x 118 cm (height), which corresponds appoximately to size A0.
The posters will be displayed throughout the conference and specifically advertised in the Streams they belong to. As there is no specific time slot allocated for poster presentations, this means they will be available throughout the conference for the conference participants.
If you wish to be present by your poster at specific time for discussing your research, please contact us, firstname.lastname@example.org
In preparing your poster, make sure it delivers your key points, and is readable within a short time. Also, make sure it fits the measures of the boards available. It is important to have your contact details in the poster. We do not have resources to print high quality large image posters, so you need to bring your poster in final format.