Juliet Webster

She is Director of Work and Equality Research, a Visiting Senior Fellow of the Department of Media and Communications at the London School of Economics and an associate member of the Gender and ICT research group at the Internet Interdisciplinary Institute in Barcelona. Her research is concerned with gender inequality at work, particularly in digital work, and currently explores the class and gender dynamics of virtual work.

Articles published

When the home is transformed into the workplace of the mobile professional and the self-employed creative freelancer as well as the sphere of consumption work, it becomes an arena in which physical, administrative, caring, and affective labour compete. Expecially for women

Articlepay gap - work - work life balance