Jasmin Schreyer studied sociology and political science with a special focus on social theory. She is especially interested in the phenomenon of ‘time’ as a social dimension in different contexts. She also deals with empirical questions of work and industrial sociology. More specifically, she has developed thorough insights into practices of codetermination in German corporations and wrote her master’s thesis on the issue of gender inequality and injustice in German unions. Her current research deals with the digital transformation of work and the changing employment relations that are mediated and established in the course of platform work. In this context she has a special focus on the tensions within human–technology interaction, which oscillate between autonomy and control.