On the 25th and 26th June, the Department of Management and CREMEWe have a workshop on Precarity, Migration and Enterprise in Birmingham, England. The workshop will bring together a series of papers each of which deals with the relationship between entrepreneurship, migrant labour and precarious work in order to develop a timely and important understanding of their impact on contemporary work. The workshop will include a keynote speech from Professor Edmund Heery, Professor of Employment Relations at Cardiff Business School. For more information or to register for the workshop please click here.
This event is supported by the ISBE Entrepreneurship Studies Network (ESN), which is committed to advancing experimental and novel approaches that advance understanding of the phenomenon of entrepreneurship and its real-life practices, contexts and impacts. For more information please visit: http://isbe.org.uk/special-interest-group/esn/