New paper: Gigification, job engagement and satisfaction: the moderating role of AI enabled system automation in operations management

Weifeng Chen, Ashley Braganza, Serap Sap and I have investigating how Artificial Intelligence (AI) impacts on work (as opposed to jobs) and workers. Previously, we had found that AI-enabled work automation caused significant uncertainties for workers, and a change in the relationship between workers and their employers, towards independence between the two parties. Building on that work, … Continue reading New paper: Gigification, job engagement and satisfaction: the moderating role of AI enabled system automation in operations management

New paper: “Productive employment and decent work: The impact of AI adoption on psychological contracts, job engagement and employee trust”

Ashley Braganza, Weifeng Chen, Serap Sap and myself just had a paper published in the Journal of Business Research. The title of the paper is “Productive Employment and Decent Work: The Impact of AI Adoption on Psychological Contracts, Job Engagement and Employee Trust”.  The paper examines the effect of the combined emerging work practices of gig work and AI-enabled work automation, … Continue reading New paper: “Productive employment and decent work: The impact of AI adoption on psychological contracts, job engagement and employee trust”

Day in the Life of an Academic #9: All sorts of meetings

It’s time to offer you a peak into yet another facet of an academic’s life, with another “Day in the Life” post. This time, a post looking at Wednesday, October 30th: a day that was full of meetings. I woke up at 5ish, and got ready to go to work: I have a meeting in … Continue reading Day in the Life of an Academic #9: All sorts of meetings