What’s gone wrong with our workplace culture? Dan Lyons explores how we can put people back at the centre of our working practices.
Videos & Audio
Produced with Carnegie UK Trust, this essay collection explores in depth the relationship between productivity and work quality.
This snapshot paper summarises our enquiry into the future of retail. We explore possible future challenges and opportunities for the sector and outline a set of prototype policy and practice interventions, developed in partne ...
This paper aims to raise awareness of the ways in which women are bearing the brunt of economic problems in the UK, and how the labour market, at present, is a precarious environment for many women.
There is growing evidence that British workers are economically insecure. This paper aims to deepen understanding of how economic insecurity is experienced by workers, including those in non-standard employment arrangements. ...
Articles & Blogs
17th January 2020
As we launch a collection of essays on the relationship between productivity and work quality with Carnegie UK Trust, Matthew Taylor sets out why tackling bad work is key to solving the UK's productivity problem.
8th January 2020
As we enter a new decade, what new jobs will emerge? And how can we support workers to transition into the jobs of the future?
30th December 2019
What does the future of work hold for us as we enter a troubling and turbulent 2020? Mass automation and unemployment – or a brave new techno-utopia?
5th November 2019
Initial response to the Government’s proposal to create a Single Enforcement Body.
This programme explores how to increase the agency that people have over how organisations design and employ emerging technologies.
Thursday 16th January 2020
Durham Street Auditorium, RSA House
What will our lives be like when there are fewer jobs to go around? Economist Daniel Susskind envisages a world of work drastically changed by automation, and explores how to find meaning in lives less defined by work.
Wednesday 15th January 2020
Venue TBC, Bradford
The Northern Policy Forum is a space for young people aged between 16-35 interested in policy supported by RSA in the North. Take part in their series exploring the Future of Work at the first workshop in Bradford.
Monday 2nd December 2019
The Great Room, RSA House
What will the world of work look like in an increasingly automated future, and how can we ensure good work for everyone? Join us for a special RSA Salon event exploring the RSA Future Work Archive.
Wednesday 13th November 2019
Spaces, Fountainbridge, Edinburgh
An evening of networking exploring the benefits of collaboration in business. Jane Bruce of Social Bite is our guest speaker.