The Future of Work and Wellbeing Conference

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The Future of Work and Wellbeing Conference

Join us to explore the latest perspectives on the implications of how automation technologies are transforming work, society and the economy
Register to attend

Understanding the impacts of technology adoption on work

Making the case for ensuring the design and development of technology in the workplace considers impacts on all principles of 'good work'
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The Amazonian Era: The gigification of work

A study on the deployment of algorithmic systems in businesses and the workplace
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Knowledge Hub

Surfacing a range of resources and perspectives on the future of work
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The Institute for the Future of Work is an independent research and development institute exploring how new technologies are transforming work and working lives.

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‘The outcome of this transformation is not given: it will depend on how we respond to the challenge.'

Sir Christopher Pissarides Nobel Laureate, Co-Founder and Co-Chair of the Institute for the Future of Work

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We understand how people experience technological change at work and bring together government, industry and civil society to drive systemic change for a fairer future.

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