Sandy Gould is a Senior Lecturer at the School of Computer Science and Informatics at Cardiff University. His research focuses on the role of technology in changing workplaces and work itself. His published work includes investigations of platform work and remote work. He is especially interested in measurement of remote work contexts.
Dr Marta E. Cecchinato is a Senior Lecturer in the Computer and Information Sciences Department at Northumbria University. Her work focuses on understanding the complexities of dealing with technologies in everyday life and how digital experiences can be shaped to support wellbeing, at work and in personal life. In particular, she is interested in the impact technology can have on productivity, and has developed interventions around work-life balance for various stakeholders, such as knowledge workers and new parents. More recently has been studying how to support freelancers and gig workers, especially looking at the role of work-place data. Besides her publications in the field of Human-Computer Interaction, she has recently published a chapter in the Oxford University Press Handbook of Digital Technology and Society and her work has been featured in academic and non-academic magazines, such as the New Scientist.
Dr Harry Pitts is a Lecturer in Work, Employment, Organisation & Public Policy at the School of Management, University of Bristol, where he leads the Faculty of Social Sciences & Law Research Group in Perspectives on Work, is School of Management Theme Champion for Work Futures, and co-edits the Bristol University Press online magazine Futures of Work. He is also an Associate of the Economic & Social Research Council Digital Futures at Work Research Centre. He is the author of A World Beyond Work? Labour, Money and the Capitalist State Between Crisis and Utopia (Emerald 2021, with Ana Dinerstein), Value (Polity 2020), Corbynism: A Critical Approach (Emerald 2018, with Matt Bolton) and Critiquing Capitalism Today: New Ways to Read Marx (Palgrave 2017).
Zara Nanu is the CEO of Gapsquare.