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Making the gig economy work for everyone

Making the gig economy work for everyone

"How we as a society respond to the impact of gig work on the labour market is an early, and significant, test of how we will manage increasingly radical changes as a result of developments in technology, such as artificial intelligence and automation. The hope is that we can leverage technology for the benefit of workers."

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Brhmie Balaram

Senior Researcher, RSA Economy, Enterprise and Manufacturing team

There are now an estimated 1.1 million people in Britain’s gig economy, which is nearly as many workers as in the National Health Service (NHS) England. Brhmie Balaram introduces our latest report into the gig economy.

Good work in a time of rapid change


20th April 2017

An article by: Matthew Taylor

The review into modern employment will continue despite the coming election and our new RSA Radio podcast, exploring the big debates on the changes in work, kicks off by looking at what we should do about job automation.

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Thursday 18th May 2017 at 13:00

Great Room Auditorium, RSA House

Entrepreneur and sharing economy expert Alex Stephany joins James McClure, Airbnb and Brhmie Balaram, author of Fair Share, to investigate the next evolution of the city.

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