Rapid change is transforming people’s experiences of work and their priorities around it. But people and communities often have little say in shaping these transitions, and policy is often developed without understanding the views or capabilities of frontline workers. We are working in partnership to empower people and communities to create their own futures of work.
Equipping our future workforce
We are broadening strategies for equipping the future workforce by introducing the capabilities approach.
Communities in transition
We are working in partnership to empower local institutions, people and communities to shape their own futures of work.
Spotlight on Remote Workers
To understand the experiences of the mass homeworking experiment, and interrogate the default position that remote work is the ‘future of work’, we conducted a series of interviews during lockdown, revisiting some interviewees in August 2020.
Something is missing from our conversations about the future of work: stories from people who are experiencing transformation directly. From October 2020, the Institute for the Future of Work spoke to Grimsby residents in a diverse set of roles.
Social care is more than just a sector of the economy. It’s central to life and underpins how people live and work across the country. The importance of the social care sector and ‘soft’ caring skills to the future of work is growing fast.
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