The technologies currently being developed and rolled out will have fundamental consequences for future economic activity. Graham Norris FRSA argues that when talking about the future of work, we need to ditch the suggestion ...
Anthony Painter discusses how our survey shows the public are open to a conversation about Universal Basic Income - and even experimentation
1st August 2018
Katie Biggerstaff and Harry Cooke argue that people living in cities like Nottingham get short-changed as a result of national monetary policy that sees millions paying more and getting less.
Good work consists of a range of aspects including pay, training, working conditions and work-life balance. To what extent are there gaps in the UK? Have these worsened over time? And who faces the greatest challenges?
The term automation conjures images of people being pushed out of work by new machines. But automation comes in many shapes and sizes. Here we look at four types.
Ed Cox argues why we need a National Citizen's Jury on Brexit.
10th July 2018
Today we launch the Future Work Centre and the Future Work Awards, two initiatives that will deepen our understanding of how policymakers, educators, employers and workers can and are preparing for the challenges of the 21st ...
Is your job bullshit? And if so, is there life beyond it? Paul Thompson (University of Stirling) and Frederick Harry Pitts (University of Bristol) critically assess the meaning and value of the 'bullshit job thesis'.
Adanna Shallowe, RSA Senior Global Manager, recommends a number of great articles on pressing global issues and challenges from various sources around the web.