To coincide with the government's response to the Taylor Review, the IPA have produced a report which draws together 16 expert perspectives on what Good Work means in modern Britain, why it is important and how to bring it about. Read more
This report examines the relationship between the introduction of new technology into the workplace and employee wellbeing, autonomy, voice and engagement. IPA for Acas, 2017. Read more
Nita Clarke OBE, Director of the IPA, lays out her response to the publication of the Matthew Taylor Review. Read more
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Are staff and trade union representatives typically sufficiently prepared to engage in high-level, strategic discussions about the connections between the introduction of new workplace technologies and employment relations? Even if they are, are businesses likely to invite them to contribute to the discussions and at what stage in the organisation’s thinking? Read more
On 8th February, IPA will be launching our report on Good Work, to coincide with the government's response to the Taylor Review. This publication draws together 16 expert perspectives on what good work means, why it matters and how to bring it about. Read more