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New podcast series highlighting changes to the future of work

Global - April 21 2020 Even before COVID-19, employers and employees were living through a fundamental transformation in the way we work. Yet now, the pandemic is...

Kate Macmillan, Alex Cravero, Anthony Longland.

Covid-19 Europe: issues for employers

European Union - March 18 2020 Employers have an obligation to ensure the health and safety of their workforce - in many European countries this is a strict liability duty, rather...

Eduardo Gómez de Enterría, Moritz Kunz, Sophie Brezin.

Climate Change: A significant trigger of workforce activism

Global - November 25 2019 The biggest climate protest in history took place alongside this year's United Nations Climate Summit. Millions of people, Young and old, from some...

Benjamin Rubinstein, Silke Goldberg, Anthony Longland.

Future of work: Adapting to the democratised workplace

United Kingdom - November 25 2019 The paradox of the robotic age is that automation will only make human skills more valuable. The World Economic Forum estimates that 75 million jobs...

Eduardo Gómez de Enterría, Moritz Kunz, Kirsty Faichen, Miles Bastick, Barbara Roth, Alison Brown, Anna Henderson, Nanda Lau, Michael Gonski, Anthony Wood, Anthony Longland, Andrew Taggart, Fatim Jumabhoy.

Executive Summary: The rise of workforce activism

United Kingdom - November 25 2019 The paradox of the robotic age is that automation will only make human skills more valuable. The World Economic Forum estimates that 75 million jobs...

Miles Bastick, Andrew Taggart, Fatim Jumabhoy.