The latest articles from our policy experts, researchers, RSA Fellows and guest writers.
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Articles from our Fellows and guest writers.
28 Sep 2022
Lianna Etkind, RSA Central Fellowship Areas and Engagement Manager, explores the social benefits of the four-day week and calls for more participation to create the future of work.
26 Sep 2022
RSA project, Good Work Guild, reimagines the medieval guild as a tool for inspiration and innovation.
21 Sep 2022
A radical new policy agenda is required to support multigenerational workplaces as they become the new normal.
What does it mean to be a ‘good’ business? Paul Polman and Andrew Winston explore how companies can help build a better society.
Learn about the twelve-month journey of The Good Work Guild and the recommendations its global network of Fellows and work practitioners have made.
23 Jun 2022
Artificial intelligence threatens to remove the very work that gives us purpose, status and financial security. So why, asks Derek Bates, are we plunging headfirst into the future without asking first what we stand to lose?
15 Jun 2022
Hand the company over to the workers? Madness said the critics. But Jeremy Fox’s exercise in democracy grew the business and made his former employees richer. The only problem? They had to be persuaded to take holidays
05 Apr 2022
A Fellow-led project, bringing together Fellows in Scotland and the US is seeking to bring new ideas for the future of work to Inverclyde, a proud post-industrial area outside Glasgow.
04 Apr 2022
With the growth in home-working, everyone seems to be saying the future of work is flexible, as the government push new legislation. But Catherine Hale, FRSA, says that for disabled people, proposed laws don’t go nearly far enough
30 Mar 2022
RSA research examines Britain’s relationship with cash and digital payments that shows 10 million people would struggle in a cashless society.
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