„COST Action IS1202, Dynamics of Virtual Work”,
„COST Action Individuals, Societies, Cultures and Health”, Co-ordinated by the University of Hertfordshire, UK, (http://dynamicsofvirtualwork.com/aboutus/)
Researcher and Representative for Bulgaria
Technological change has transformed where people work, when and how. Digitisation of information has altered labour processes out of all recognition whilst telecommunications have enabled jobs to be relocated globally. But ICTs have also enabled the creation of entirely new types of ‘digital’ or ‘virtual’ labour, both paid and unpaid, shifting the borderline between ‘play’ and ‘work’ and creating new types of unpaid labour connected with the consumption and co-creation of goods and services. This affects private life as well as transforming the nature of work and people experience the impacts differently depending on their gender, their age, where they live and what work they do.
I'm a researcher, expert and lecturer with rich experience in the area of the study of enterprises and social dialogue in Europe.