Following Labour's renewed pledge to extend more rights to workers in the gig economy, Brhmie points out three stumbling blocks that political parties will need to surmount first.
Senior Researcher, Economy, Enterprise and Manufacturing
To help us make sense of how complex Brexit is for agricultural businesses in N.I., Brhmie shares the stories of producers she met while on the road for the Food, Farming and Countryside Commission.
We make the case for engaging citizens in the ethics of AI and share a snapshot of public attitudes towards AI and automated decision-making.
In its response to the Taylor review, the government announced it will be consulting the public on the employment status of gig workers. How can government distinguish this consultation from previous ones by engaging with ...
24th January 2018
In the first report for the RSA’s new Future Work Centre, we reveal seven portraits of modern workers, reflecting on what it’s like to navigate today’s labour market.
The 2017 Budget is another opportunity for the Chancellor to resolve the growing hole in public finances caused by the rise in atypical work.