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THE FUTURE OF WORK

The UK could be 2.6 million workers short by 2030
Employment

The UK could be 2.6 million workers short by 2030

Labour shortages hitting the UK economy across transport, the NHS, hospitality and education will only increase, a study has predicted.

Plans to work from home forever may create high street ‘haves and have nots’
Employment

Plans to work from home forever may create high street ‘haves and have nots’

City centre rethink required to make use of office space and boost local high streets say campaigners in response to government flexible working plan

Like Joe Biden, we could all be working well past retirement age
Opinion

Like Joe Biden, we could all be working well past retirement age

A job for life increasingly means something very different. However, it’s not all bad news

How to stop robots from taking over your job
Employment

How to stop robots from taking over your job

Universal Credit: How algorithms pose a threat to accessing benefits
Opinion

Universal Credit: How algorithms pose a threat to accessing benefits

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Top 5 podcasts about work
Radio

Top 5 podcasts about work

How will we pay for everything if there is no tax?
Opinion

How will we pay for everything if there is no tax?

How Big Issue Invest is supporting projects and providing work
Employment

How Big Issue Invest is supporting projects and providing work

How do we save our local banks after Covid?
News

How do we save our local banks after Covid?

To fix the high street, we have to think local
Opinion

To fix the high street, we have to think local

Is a universal basic income coming to Wales? Campaigners say now is the time
Employment

Is a universal basic income coming to Wales? Campaigners say now is the time

How can we make workplace mental health a post-pandemic priority?
Opinion

How can we make workplace mental health a post-pandemic priority?

Work isn’t working. It’s time for a reset
Opinion

Work isn’t working. It’s time for a reset

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