Petr Mezihorák studied the bachelor's degree in Political Science at Faculty of Social Studies, Masaryk University (FSS MU), the Master's Degree in Economic Policy at Faculty of Economics and Administration, Masaryk University, and Doctoral Program in Sociology at FSS MU. In 2018, he defended his dissertation, which dealt with the sociological grasp of the relocation of work in the banking sector from Western to Central and Eastern Europe. Thanks to the transdisciplinary nature of his studies, he was admitted as a post-doctoral qualitative researcher to the four-year research project SHARE - Seizing the Hybrid Areas of Work by the European Research Council. From June 2018 to January 2019, he worked at the University of Leeds in the UK; then he moved to the University of Milano in Italy. His main research interest is the transformation of work, both in terms of workflow and in terms of its role and relationships in contemporary society.