Welcome back to IFOW’s monthly newsletter, I hope you enjoyed the summer as much as we did and have settled back into your pre-pandemic
IFOW welcomes the release of the Government AI Strategy
IFOW Director discusses trends in algorithmic management with Beth Gutelius and Mary Towers
Following Anna Thomas, the Director of the Institute for the Future of Work’s contributions during the Work and Pension Committees Inquiry
This week we’re thrilled to announce the start of a multidisciplinary review exploring the impacts of technological disruption on people and
Ground-breaking review led by Nobel Laureate, Sir Christopher Pissarides to examine the impacts of technological disruption on people
We’ve had a great response to the launch of ‘The Amazonian Era: How algorithmic systems are eroding good work’.
Anna Thomas, Director of the Institute for the Future of Work, responding to the announcement said:
On May 18th the APPG for the Future of Work launch their inquiry into ‘AI and Surveillance in the Workplace’
Angela Rayner MP, Labour’s Deputy Leader and Shadow Secretary of State for the Future of Work, responds to IFOW report.
April feels like ‘Good Work Charter' month. We’re pleased to have launched a project in partnership with the Carnegie Trust and