This report for the Corporate Research Forum summarises the main demographic, economic and technology trends shaping the future of work in 2018.
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This report from Ius Laboris researches the impact of an evolving geopolitical, demographic and technological landscape on employers.
The 2019 World Development Report from the World Bank takes a look at how work is evolving as a result of advances in technology.
In the context of the ageing workforce, this Centre for Ageing Better guide looks at what employers can do to improve the way they recruit, support and retain older workers.
This analysis by Centre for London of London’s workforce reveals which jobs and businesses will be most affected by automation, migration and wage pressures, and where new opportunities may arise for London.
This report from Mercer examines the latest employment and migration statistics and the UK population and workforce in a pre and post-Brexit world in a bid to understand related business impacts.
This discussion paper from IPPR argues that public policy should seek to accelerate automation to reap the productivity benefits, while building new institutions to ensure the dividends of technological change are broadly shared.
This report from the Institute for Fiscal Studies looks at the gender wage gap and analyses the key differences in the experiences of men and women at work.
The RSA set out seven portraits of economic security and modern work in the UK in this report.
The World Economic Forum and Boston Consulting Group look at eight possible visions of what the future of work might look like by 2030 in this white paper.