Making it happen: Keeping precarious workers’ experiences central during COVID-19
This commentary highlights industrial-organizational (I-O) psychology's responsibility in supporting precarious workers by conducting workercentric research that draws on their unique experiences during COVID-19 and by identifying opportunities where research can drive meaningful change and improvement in this population's lives. We expand on the focal article's (Rudolph et al., 2021) call for more research on precarious work by offering concrete guidelines and specific resources to help researchers connect with this population, conduct workercentric research, and help drive government policy. We ground our guidelines by focusing on gig workers (e.g., Doordash, Instacart workers) but offer general suggestions for those researching other precarious workers and beyond. [excerpt]
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Marquez, S., Alanis, J., & Brawley Newlin, A. (2021). Making it happen: Keeping precarious workers’ experiences central during COVID-19. Industrial and Organizational Psychology 14(1-2), 189-193. doi:10.1017/iop.2021.36
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