This report by the Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) committee focuses on automation and the future of work, exploring how AI and automation changes and augments jobs as well as replaces some jobs with entirely new ones.
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This report by the RSA makes a compelling case for developing a new social contract to tackle the rising economic insecurity experienced by workers, including those in non-standard employment arrangements.
This report by the CIPD explores the accuracy of the popular view that work is becoming more insecure, associated with the rise of atypical forms of work such as the gig-economy, zero-hour working and agency work.
The recent Fabian Society Report highlights the importance of unions organising, representing and supporting self-workers rights.
This report reviews the main results of some 60 years of collaboration between the European Union (EU) and the International Labour Office (ILO) which covers an ever-greater range of issues to address the future of work and the challenges it poses to the sustainability of decent work and social protection.
This report for the Corporate Research Forum summarises the main demographic, economic and technology trends shaping the future of work in 2018.
This report from Ius Laboris researches the impact of an evolving geopolitical, demographic and technological landscape on employers.
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.
The 2019 World Development Report from the World Bank takes a look at how work is evolving as a result of advances in technology.
This report from KPMG, the All-Party Parliamentary Group on AI and the Big Innovation Centre serves as a guide for those looking to adapt to the future of work and takes a look at the skills needed to carry out the jobs of the future.