Something is missing from our conversations about the future of work: stories from people who are experiencing transformation directly.
We are living through a new transformation of work. We are living in an Amazonian Era.
How resilient has the UK labour market been over the past 12 months?
The Good Work Monitor reveals stark inequalities in work and health across England, and shows why good work is central to levelling up.
This briefing explains the key takeaways from the IFOW Equality Task Force Final Report and the need for Accountability for Algorithms Act
How to fill the equality and AI accountability gap in an automated world.
In our fourth Spotlight focused on remote workers, we explore whether the great remote working experiment is here to stay.
Read our literature review on how the twin challenges of automation and Covid-19 are shaping labour markets in the UK
Covid-19 has brought the fastest changes to work in living memory. Our rapid review with the Future of Work Commission offers a path forward
Our third Covid-19 Spotlight highlights the anxiety that many furloughed workers feel about when, if ever, they will return to work.
IFOW's comprehensive review of the equality challenges posed by the use of AI in hiring, and the pitfalls of available technical solutions.
Our second Covid-19 spotlight report on construction workers highlights the challenge of not knowing whether it is safe to go to work.
The first of our rapid resposne spotlight reports examines the challenges facing self-employed workers as a result of COVID-19
These case studies explore how machine learning is being used at work in 21st century Britain, and the implications for equality law.
Our join chapter with Whiteshield Partners analysing the findings of the 2019 UK Labour Resilience Index
We find a strong relationship between automation risk and EU referendum voting behaviour. This report explores the causes and implications.
Our Good Work Charter lays out the principles that underpin good work, for use by businesses and policy makers.
This discussion paper identifies the key implications of technology on equality in the work space and a new framework for addressing them.
This discussion paper argues that society’s most pressing needs are ultimately tied to the reduction of social and economic inequalities.
This report assesses the labour market impacts of the dual shocks to the economy brought about by Brexit and new technologies.