Acas (Advisory, Conciliation and Arbitration Service) provides free and impartial information and advice to employers and employees on all aspects of workplace relations and employment law.  They have been a valued partner of the Work Foundation since 1976 taking an active interest in our research and events. We are currently working together on a series of briefing papers.

AbbVie is a global, research-based biopharmaceutical company formed in 2013 following separation from Abbott Laboratories. A key supporter of our work, AbbVie is the founding sponsor of the Fit for Work Global Alliance and Fit for Work UK Coalition.

Align are a technological infrastructure company and have been valued partners and supported the Work Foundation for many years.

Allianz is one of the leading integrated financial services providers worldwide. As longstanding partners of the Work Foundation they have supported our research activities and sponsored the establishment of the Big Innovation Centre through the Ecosystems of Innovation Research Programme.

Arnold & Porter is an international law firm; they have been valued partners and supported the Work Foundation for many years.

Barclays is a transatlantic consumer, corporate and investment bank. Over the last few years, the Work Foundation has been supporting Barclays to remove barriers to youth employment through conducting evaluations of the LifeSkills programme.

The British Film Institute (BFI) combines cultural, creative and industrial roles to support the UK film industry and unlock our film heritage.  They have been partners of the Work Foundation since 2008 and we have recently collaborated to conduct an audit of skills in the film industry to help ensure the continued vibrancy of the industry and its contribution to the UK economy.

The British Safety Council (BSC) is dedicated to making sure no-one is injured or made ill at work. Their campaigns and activities support the achievement of Good Work. As a key sponsor of our Health at Work Policy Unit, the BSC is helping us to highlight important issues and to develop practical policy recommendations and interventions.

Bupa is a leading international healthcare group. With their support the Work Foundation was able to establish the Health at Work Policy Unit, helping us to highlight important issues and to develop practical policy recommendations and interventions.

Part of the What Works network, the Centre for Ageing Better is an independent charitable foundation working to help everybody enjoy a good later life. We recently worked with the centre to undertake a review of the evidence to support retention of older workers.

Founded in 1894, the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP) is the physiotherapy profession’s largest membership organisation. The CSP have been valued partners and have supported the Work Foundation for many years through our initiatives and research including the Fit for Work UK Coalition. Recently a team from the Work Foundation worked closely with the CSP through their Good to Great Review.

The City of London provides local government and policing services for the financial and commercial heart of Britain, the ‘Square Mile’. Building on our expertise in youth unemployment, the City of London commissioned the Work Foundation to conduct research and help develop practical suggestions on how City institutions can help young people to develop the skills that employers require to meet current and future demands.

The Fit for Work Team seeks to improve the health of the working age population and address health inequalities in the East Midlands. A keen supporter of the Work Foundation, they have recently sponsored our research looking at multiple long-term health conditions. We are also working with the Fit for Work Team to evaluate their Bridging the Gap initiative.

The House of Lords is the second chamber of UK Parliament. They have been valued partners and supported the Work Foundation for many years.

Macmillan is a leading cancer charity. They been valued partners of the Work Foundation for many years and we have worked closely together on the production of provocation papers around the use of vocational rehabilitation and support required to help people with cancer to return to work.

Merck is a global healthcare company with a 125-year history. They are key supporters of our Ready to Work project, through which we are building the case for workability for individuals living with MS across Europe.

Mind is a leading mental health charity. Key partners of the Work Foundation, their support has helped us shape many of our projects, including as expert advisors to our study ‘working with schizophrenia’.

Napp is a privately owned UK pharmaceutical company. They are currently a key sponsor of our Health at Work Policy Unit, helping us to highlight important issues and to develop practical policy recommendations and interventions.

NASUWT is the teachers’ trade union, representing members in all sectors of education and teachers in all roles. They have been valued partners and supported the Work Foundation for many years.

NHS England leads the National Health Service (NHS) in England. A long-standing stakeholder in our work, they have recently supported our research looking at multiple long-term health conditions.

Novartis is a global healthcare company based in Switzerland. They are key supporters of our Ready to Work project, through which we are building the case for workability for individuals living with MS across Europe.

Prospect is a union for professionals working across sectors. They have been valued partners and supported the Work Foundation for many years, collaborating in research and on events including a seminar on the contemporary role of HR.

Public Health England (PHE) is an executive agency of the Department of Health, established to protect and improve the nation’s health and wellbeing, and reduce health inequalities. PHE have recently supported our work looking at multiple long-term health conditions and we have collaborated to develop a series of infographics on health and the labour market.

Queen’s Counsel Appointments (QCA) is an independent body administering the appointment process for Queen’s Counsel. We are working with the QCA to conduct a study to understand the reasons why a lower proportion of women than men apply for appointment to Queen’s Counsel with an aim to improve diversity at the top of the legal profession.

Registry Trust is a not-for-profit company which operates the Register of Judgments, Orders and Fines for England and Wales on behalf of the Ministry of Justice, as well as similar registers for Scotland, Republic of Ireland, Northern Ireland, the Isle of Man and Jersey. They have been valued partners and supported the Work Foundation for many years.

Santander UK is a leading financial services provider; they have been valued partners and supported the Work Foundation for many years.

Sony are a multinational technology firm, they have been valued partners and supported the Work Foundation for many years.

Southwark is a London borough providing local government services to around 300,000 residents. They have been valued partners and supported the Work Foundation for many years.

The UK Employee Assistance Professionals Association is the body that represents the interests of professionals concerned with employee assistance, psychological health and wellbeing in the UK. With support from the association, the Work Foundation is conducting research to understand the ‘state of the market’ for the use and effectiveness of EAPs in the UK.

Visit Britain is the national tourism agency, a non-departmental public body, funded by the Department for Culture, Media & Sport. They have been valued partners and supported the Work Foundation for many years.