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The Future of Work
The Future Of Work
Let’s make work, work for all
Work is no longer a guarantee of material security. And powerful new technologies, like artificial intelligence, mean the future of work could be even more unequal.
We believe good work should be enjoyed by all. Our future of work programme exists to make sure that everyone, regardless of background or starting point, can pursue good work in this age of technological change.
Our principles for good work – economic security, wellbeing, growth, freedom, subjective nurture – are not ambitious in their own right; many people already experience these. However, our ambition is for these principles to be available to all.
By bringing diverse people and ideas together, we believe we can influence a new future of work.
Our research and impact projects seek to advance good work for all.
We have been developing new ideas and solutions for the future of work for a number of years. Read more about our thinking on good work.
Read how our call for private-sector key workers to be eligible for affordable housing prioritisation was met with a GLA announcement in December 2021.
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This research seeks to understand how social housing residents experience economic security and how technological changes to workplaces might impact their futures.
During the pandemic, many key workers have experienced impacts on their economic security, mental and physical health, working and home lives. These are just some of their stories.
Our global work
Since 2017, the RSA US has been developing a Future of Work practice to support regional innovations in good work, economic security and inclusive growth. Find out more about this work.
Our corporate partners enjoy unique engagement opportunities and experiences that strengthen thought leadership, deepen employee contribution and enhance brand reputation, for the benefit of their organisations and their people.
The RSA has been a great future of work thought leader and partner for Mastercard - its networks, reputation, actionable insights and focus on innovation have helped us refine our approach to social impact in the UK and beyond.
As a registered charity we rely on our donors, funders and Fellows to realise our vision. Help us to find practical solutions to resolve some of the world’s most pressing challenges by donating to the RSA.