Anthony Painter argues that instead of trying patch up a fundamentally flawed welfare system, we now need revolutionary change leading towards a Universal Basic Income and other major reforms.
Bullshit jobs may well be commonplace. But don't blame some imagined conspiracy. Blame awful managers.
The allure of a 4-day working week is understandable. But it will remain a pipe dream unless we can address endemic low pay, the affront of technology on our leisure time and unwarranted employer expectations.
Developing a multi-track approach of a better legal framework and the concerted use of sectoral self-regulation could move employment law from policy backwater to best practice, argues Matthew Taylor.
Today there are no shortage of institutions trying to make the world of work that more liveable. But what if a job is no longer enough to get by?
Examples of where we feel the Universal Basic Opportunity Fund could bring great economic security and better work to the lives of people in the UK.
Our new report offers a practical means of advancing the UK towards a Universal Basic Income system. The Universal Basic Opportunity Fund could represent a stepping stone – to be enacted now – towards a better way of enabling ...
What can we learn from the outcome of the Taylor Review? Here are 6 takeaways to get us started.
Anthony Painter argues that the Government's response to the Taylor review marks an important moment in understanding that labour market flexibility is not enough - and can create economic insecurity for many.
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.