Get involved

Work Organisation, Labour and Globalisation is more than just a journal. It has evolved into an extended global community of scholars interested in developing a dialogue about the changing nature of work and labour organisation that crosses disciplinary and national boundaries. Going open access and making all our articles free to read has more than tripled our readership and greatly increased this community. We receive positive feedback from many quarters. Policy makers tell us that they value the way WOLG makes them aware of new developments in the world of work. PhD students and early career researchers working in new or interdisciplinary fields say our articles help them to identifying the key authors and issues and more established scholars rely on us as a way of staying in touch with rapidly changing debates. We are also praised for helping to bridge the ‘North-South divide in academia’.

There are many ways you can get involved in this community. For example:

Become a member

Become a member to join and support the WOLG community. Now that the journal is open access, with all articles available to read for free, we have no guaranteed flow of income and are reliant on voluntary contributions. You can help support our work by becoming a supporting member. There are three levels of membership.

Individual membership full fee. For those on a full salary.

Individual membership reduced fee. For students, pensioners or workers or low-waged workers.

Institutional fee. For universities, libraries, government bodies, trade unions or other institutions.

Other ways you can get involved in the WOLG community

Join our Facebook groupwhere members post interesting news stories, advertisements for PhD scholarships and jobs, calls for papers, notifications of new publications and conferences and much more.

Follow us on Twitter. Our twitter handle is @costis1202.

Volunteer to carry out anonymous peer review of articles in your field. Contact the editor to find out more

Volunteer to write book reviewsContact the editor to find out more