More than “women’s issues”

This paper, the first in a new series, focuses on four areas of women’s...

Gender, Sex, Health and Work

This background paper discusses a new series of papers which will explore health...

Could a bad Brexit deal reduce workers’ rights across Europe?

The report investigates the hypothesis that with increasing global competition,...

Submission to the ‘Improving Lives’ consultation: from the Work Foundation Employer Group

A Work Foundation submission to the Government's Disability, Health and Work...

Social Prescribing: A pathway to work?

Social prescribing is a means of enabling healthcare professionals to refer...

Is welfare to work, working well? Improving employment rates for people with disabilities and long-term conditions

People with long-term conditions and disabilities experience disproportionately...

Wave 2 Growth Hub Programme

As an early initiative in the devolution and local growth agenda, the W2GH...

Don’t stop me now: supporting young people with chronic conditions from education to employment

The sixth policy paper from the Health and Work Policy Unit calls for greater...

This won’t hurt a bit

Supporting small business to be healthy, wealthy and wise Libby McEnhill and...

The costs and benefits of paying all the lowest-paid care home workers in the UK the Living Wage

Low pay in care homes is widespread and varies with gender, age, location and...