07 Feb 2022
This research seeks to understand how social housing residents experience economic security and how technological changes to workplaces might impact their futures.
16 Oct 2020
Support for young people should be at the heart of policies to protect workers at risk from Covid-19 and automation.
12 Oct 2020
Fabian Wallace-Stephens sets out key findings and recommendations from our report on how the dual impacts of Covid-19 and technological change and could reshape the labour market.
There are signs that the Covid-19 pandemic could rapidly accelerate the pace of technological change. This report explores how these forces could interact to fundamentally reshape the labour market.
30 Dec 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?
14 Oct 2019
Collective agreements in the gig economy. A flexible approach to economic security. Trade unions using technology to redesign jobs. What can we learn from the future of work in Denmark?
11 Sep 2019
Data monopolies makes changing between music services hard. But it’s much more serious for gig economy workers.
25 Sep 2017
The strident voice of today's tech evangelists bears a striking similarity to that of the champions of globalisation before 2008. There are important lessons to be learnt.
18 Sep 2017
Will AI and robotics lead to the decimation of our labour market? Our new report questions whether this concern is justified.
13 May 2015
In this major new policy report, the first in the Power to Create series, Anthony Painter and Louise Bamfield argue that major institutional change to work and learning is needed to promote ‘inclusive social mobility'.
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