Notus participates in the industrial PhD programme with a project on telework and labour relations.

The industrial PhD programme is an initiative of the Catalan government (Generalitat de Catalunya), managed with the support of the Agency for the Management of University Grants. The essential element of the industrial PhD process is the research project of the company or institution in which the PhD student carries out his/her research training, in collaboration with a university, and which is the subject of a PhD thesis. 

Within the framework of the call for Industrial Doctorates 2022, the Catalan government has selected the project presented by Notus and the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona: “Exploring the contribution of social dialogue and collective bargaining in the promotion of decent and productive telework in the post-Covid scenario”.

Martí Fernández Saboya, researcher at Notus, will carry out this PhD project under the direction of Óscar Molina (Autonomous University of Barcelona) and the company-level tutoring of Pablo Sanz (Notus). 

The industrial PhD project is linked to the European TWING project, funded by the European Commission and led by Notus.

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