Matthew Taylor reflects on how ideas of good work may apply to those in more advantaged positions in changing times of employment
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Ahead of International Women's Day, Alice Merry FRSA examines discrimination against older women in the workplace and explores why it’s so important that they are included in the Universal Basic Opportunity Fund.
David Wortley FRSA, CEO and founder of 360in360 Immersive Experiences, explores the problems and potential solutions of an ageing society in a digital age.
Could a basic income treat the symptoms of social and economic problems or really address the causes?
Stephen Evans, RSA Fellow, discusses 'flexicurity' as a way to buffer against economic insecurity and ensure good work
What can we learn from the outcome of the Taylor Review? Here are 6 takeaways to get us started.
The Government’s response to the Taylor Review promises to boost the employment rights of gig workers – but what about their pensions? For the time being, this has been left largely unresolved.
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.
Despite high-profile issues with digital work platforms, blockchain technology could help us ensure the next generation are fair, effective and promote good work.
More than 99% of private companies can now be defined as small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs). In this new world of casualisation, how can we create a suitable service to help self-employed people access ways to improve ...