Technology is changing the work we do, and how we do it, faster than ever.
Technology can free us from dull and dangerous tasks, and create new opportunities to collaborate. But when designed or implemented poorly, it is bad for health, reduces productivity, and can make us feel like accessories to a computer.
We look at why and how technology is introduced, accelerations in its use, and distributional consequences, prioritising its implications for worker health and wellbeing.
Our activities help policymakers and businesses create and preserve high quality work, bringing people and their communities together.
We believe that a focus on future good work will help us meet new challenges and build resilience for individuals, communities and the country.