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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This month's round up of the top stories impacting the workplace. Read more
In the article, Svenja Schlachter, Almuth McDowall, and Ilke Inceoglu from the University of Surrey discusses new research on technology and the workplace. They explain how employers should do more to ensure employees do not feel pressured into working outside of their contractual hours and offer more support regarding how they work flexibly. Read more
In this article Neil Carberry of the CBI, discusses the increased importance of public perception for businesses. He identifies increased openness, supporting employee voice and quality management as key to supporting ongoing trust in society for businesses. Read more
In this article Jermaine Haughton, from the CMI, describes how the evolution of technology, behaviours and culture impacts the way we view our work. New futurology research reveals how organisations that introduce agile working substantially improve productivity, save on costs and find it much easier to recruit. Read more