In this report, the Social Market Foundation examines the potential benefits that could be realised from the roll-out of the Fourth Industrial Revolution in the workplace.
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This report from the RSA warns against lurching to conclusions about what technological change means for workers.
The RSA set out seven portraits of economic security and modern work in the UK in this report.
This report by the Work Foundation and commissioned by Citrix, highlights the complex and often strained relationship between productivity, technology and work.
This report from CBI and Pertemps shares the findings of a survey of businesses in the UK, looking at the employment trends of the future.
This report from Raconteur looks at all things future of work, including automation, productivity and a flexible workforce.
The Work and Pensions Committee and the BEIS Committee have published a joint report which reflects on the Taylor Review and sets out how they believe the employment framework should be amended to reflect and support the modern world of work.
The REC's future of work commission ask how we can improve the UK's employment rate and look at what the UK jobs market might look like in 2025.
This independent review, conducted by Matthew Taylor of the RSA, Greg Marsh, Diane Nicol and Paul Broadbent considers the implications of new forms of work on employer freedoms and obligations and worker rights and responsibilities. It sets out 7 principles to address the challenges facing the UK labour market.
This report from Raconteur looks at the opportunties for companies to reverse the employee disengagement trend.