An AI-enabled marketplace that allow candidates to find various forms of work ‘on-demand’.
In the UK, our world-beating tech hubs and regional social enterprises are leading the charge for an inclusive and accessible workplace.
Fears about job insecurity, the undermining of worker’s rights and job loss due automation are not unfounded. However, our Future Work Awards winners show that elements of the modern economy often presented as detrimental to the modern worker can be negated, or better still can be used to provide employees with a level of flexibility and training not previously available.
This year’s Future Work Awards are encouraging people to look past the negative headlines to see potential in the workplace of the 21st century
Open source application that uses big data to give jobseekers a personalised assessment of their unemployment situation and to automatically recommend them viable strategies to re-entering the job market.
Bias free up-skilling that uses AI to analyse whether candidates are good potential tech hires based on skills rather than pedigrees.
A workers’ rights initiative that helps low-wage migrant workers in the US understand their legal rights.
A subscription platform that produces TV-quality online courses in partnership with leading experts on techniques and skills needed for a person to be successful as a small entrepreneur.
A suite of digital tools allowing for information sharing and data collection to remote farming communities.
An on-demand house cleaning service that directly employs their service providers and takes the operational and financial risk to balance the demand side of the marketplace.
A talent platform that matches workers according to the completion of games, rather than education and background.
The Future of Work x Learning is an innovative platform that provides youth from underserved communities with inspiration and guidance to prepare them for life and work in the modern economy
Online platform providing a new way of collective organising in order to win rights at work.
Dedicated to helping low-income adults in New York City achieve economic self-sufficiency and independence by providing pathways to meaningful jobs within the tech sector.
Fully remote company that provides highly flexible, high quality software testing services through exceptional onshore teams that include individuals on the Autism Spectrum.
A freelance collective providing insurance options and other economic benefits to its 20,000 members.