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Commenting on today's ONS data on workless households, Geraint Johnes, director at Lancaster University’s Work Foundation
Commenting on today's GDP figures, Geraint Johnes, director at Lancaster University’s Work Foundation
Welcoming the NHS Five Year Forward View report and its focus on workforce health, Professor Stephen Bevan, who this week launched the Health at Work Policy Unit at Lancaster University's Work Foundation, said..
The Health at Work Policy Unit’s first paper will recommend that the Government must comprehensively reform its strategy if it’s to tackle the barriers that remain for many businesses in implementing health and wellbeing programmes.
Charles Levy, senior economist at Lancaster University’s Work Foundation, comments on today's ONS labour market statistics.
New data released today by the Office for National statistics confirms that knowledge intensive industries have been responsible for driving the majority of jobs growth. Comparing 2012 and 2013 total employment increased by 410,000. Today’s numbers indicate that 360,000, or nearly 90% of this increase has been concentrated in knowledge intensive industries.
Geraint Johnes, director at Lancaster University’s Work Foundation comments on today's ONS labour market statistics.
Ian Brinkley, chief economist at Lancaster University’s Work Foundation comments on today's ONS labour market statistics.
The Big Innovation Centre today (1 August) ‘spins out’ of Lancaster University’s Work Foundation. The newly independent organisation will continue to provide an important voice on the world of innovation from its new offices in Westminster.
A report released today Thursday (17 July 2014) reveals that despite the economic recovery, the UK still lacks an effective strategy for dealing with the challenge of low paid work. The Work Foundation asserts that to have a meaningful impact any low pay strategy must include policies on wages, skills, and productivity in low-wage sectors.
Ian Brinkley, chief economist at The Work Foundation, Lancaster University, comments on the latest ONS labour market statistics.
Ian Brinkley, chief economist at The Work Foundation, analyses the latest productivity statistics out today.