The Amazonian Era: How algorithmic systems are eroding good work

We are living through a new transformation of work. We are living in an Amazonian Era.
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The Amazonian Era: How algorithmic systems are eroding good work

We are living through a new transformation of work. We are living in an Amazonian Era.
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The Good Work Monitor: A Framework for Action

Our latest interactive report reveals the extent of inequalities in work and health across England. Find out how your area is doing.
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Shaping a Better Future of Work

We develop practical ways to improve the value, shape and experience of work. As the world and work change, we ensure people are put first.
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Spotlight on Work during Covid-19

Our series of Spotlight Reports investigate how the world of work is changing as a result of the Pandemic
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The Institute for the Future of Work is shaping a fairer future through better work. We’re an independent research and development institute that explores the changing world of work and builds practical solutions to help people thrive.

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

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

Our work

We put people first. 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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Our Impact

Our work is having an impact across policy and practice. These case studies detail how our research is shaping the debate, and generating impact in government, industry and beyond.
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Our methods

The pace and depth of change to work is outstripping the pace of traditional policy-making. Working with world-leaders in design-thinking, we have developed a new approach to bring stakeholders together to identify and solve problems.  
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