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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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 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.
The ninth annual survey of employee attitudes to pay is based on a survey of 1,658 working adults, across all industrial sectors. The survey was carried out between 12 December and 21 December 2016 and is representative of the UK workforce in relation to sector, size and industry type. The findings are primarily analysed by sector, organisational size, managerial position and pay. On behalf of the CIPD, YouGov undertook this research among UK employees and builds on the data collected previously.
Survey findings reveal that there’s a lack of awareness among workers regarding the new state pension that was introduced last year, in terms of what they’ll get and when they’ll get it. The survey shows that the age at which staff can get a state pension is an important factor in their decision-making about when to stop work.
This report from the CIPD focusses on the main policy and practice issues that national governments and employers need to consider if they wish to retain older workers.
The way we work today is fundamentally different than how we worked a decade ago. This report from Bain & Co looks at the case for flexibile working and how organisations in Australia are putting it into practice.
This report from CSIRO examines plausible futures for jobs and employment markets in Australia over the coming twenty years.
This annual employment trends survey from the CBI and Accenture considers the current and future employment landscape.
Technology is changing the nature if the jobs we do and the way we do them. This report from MIT Technology Review considers what this means for the future of work.
The population of the UK is ageing. People in the UK are now living and working for longer than ever before, possibly caused in part by the removal of the default retirement age and introduction of flexible working. This paper from the Newcastle University Institute for Ageing, identifies some of the challenges brought about by these changes and makes suggestions on how the issues can be addressed, such as a response from Government policy.