Employment

By Carys Roberts; Mathew Lawrence; Loren King

As machines become increasingly capable of performing tasks once thought to be the sole preserve of people, some commentators have…

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By Conor D'arcy

Discussion around the Taylor Review and quality of work has often focused on zero-hours contracts and the gig economy. But…

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By Daniel Mahoney

Low productivity is a crippling problem for the British economy. And it shows little sign of improvement: levels have been…

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By Diego Zuluaga

Widespread automation is often named as the greatest long-term threat to human employment. But Europe’s immediate job market problems are…

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By Conor D'arcy; David Finch

The coming years will be pivotal for the UK’s labour market. Along with new questions raised by Brexit, the responses…

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By Gabriele Piazza

The economic performance of UK cities is increasingly dependent on the skills of their workforce. Cities across the UK face…

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By Conor D'arcy

This is our seventh annual report on the prevalence of low pay in Britain. It uses the latest data available…

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By Diego Zuluaga

Posted workers are temporarily sent from one member state to another, usually for projects of short duration. There were 1.1.…

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By Nigel Keohane

The UK’s employment and tax rules no-longer work and they increasingly sit at odds with our diverse and flexible labour…

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