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Commenting on today’s welfare reform announcements, Stephen Overell, associate director – policy at The Work Foundation, said...
Government intervention essential to curb jobs crisis for young people.
Public sector cuts could reverse patterns of improved graduate retention in cities and regions outside of the South East, resulting in a ‘brain drain’ likely to impede economic recovery, according to a new report published tomorrow (15 February) by The Work Foundation.
A focus on job entry alone is not enough for the Coalition to meet its targets for benefits savings and poverty reduction, according to a new report from The Work Foundation published next week (31 January). The report argues the government must look beyond worklessness to expand opportunities for around ten million workers already struggling on less than £15,000 a year.
Commenting on the government’s proposed reforms to employment tribunals, Stephen Overell, associate director – policy, said...
Jobs recovery halts as public sector cuts bite
Will Hutton of The Work Foundation tonight (Tuesday 18 January 2011) announced the winners of the 24th WorkWorld Media Awards at a ceremony staged at their headquarters in Westminster.
The keynote speaker at this year’s WorkWorld Media Awards next week (Tuesday 18 January 2011) is to be Lord Puttnam. The awards ceremony will take place at The Work Foundation’s headquarters in Westminster.
The labour market recovery has stalled, but it is premature to talk about a 'double dip' recession.....
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Stephen Overell, associate director-policy responds to the government’s white paper, 'Healthy Lives, Healthy People'
Weak full-time jobs recovery cause for caution despite growth in part-time work.
Stephen Overell, associate director at The Work Foundation responds to the launch of the 'Universal Credit: Welfare that Works' White Paper today.
A report published by The Work Foundation in conjunction with the London Chamber of Commerce and Industry Commercial Education Trust, warns that if the private sector is to take up the slack, both the demand for and the supply of skills at all levels must be improved at the local level.
Increasing the cap on tuition fees offers the only viable option for the future funding of higher education...