This shelf explores why and how Good Work is central to the wellbeing and flourishing of individuals and communities across the country. IFOW and others' research suggests that good work may also be central to meeting the toughest socio-economic challenges of the pandemic and to rebuild strong, resilient communities across the country. Good work is more than employment. It is work that promotes dignity, autonomy, equality; work that has fair pay and conditions; work where people are properly supported to develop their talents and have a sense of community. The principles of Good Work are set out in the Institute for the Future of Work’s Charter.