RAYHAN HAQUE: A four-day working week was one of the ideas which grabbed the headlines in the election campaign. Could it really become a reality?
LAUREN CROWLEY: As today’s BEIS committee report proves, the government must do more to manage the transition to automation.
If we want our country to heal we need a fresh approach, Yvette Cooper MP tells Kate Murray.
ANNA TURLEY: For an industrial strategy to work it needs to be rooted in the lives of ordinary people.
The Changing Work Centre, a joint initiative from the Fabian Society and Community, has today launched a new report which calls for a new focus on workers at the heart of industrial strategy.
JOE DROMEY: Too many people are trapped in low pay jobs, without a way of shaping their own future. A people-focused industrial strategy should seek to make good work a reality for all.