Not all gigs are equal

Dr Cathy Garner FSS FRSA

Since Hillary Clinton used the term “gig economy” in July 2015 there have been as many reports as there are definitions to describe what we mean by the term. As our first report “In Search of...

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Labour market stats September 2016

Professor Geraint Johnes

The latest statistics reflect continued strength in the labour market. There have been considerable gains in the number of workers in full-time jobs - 113000 more employees in full-time employment and...

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Talking numbers on health and work

Karen Steadman

The health of the working age population remains a significant and complex challenge. The Work Foundation are working with Public Health England to shine a light on the facts by taking a look at some...

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