- People Power
- 24 July 2019
- Business , Changing Work Centre , Economy , Employment , Trade unions , Work
People Power brings together 12 experts and MPs who address challenges to the UK’s productivity, pay stagnation and regional inequalities. Collectively, their essays show that the success of Britain’s economy in the future will depend on workers themselves – and that politicians should do more to prioritise their happiness, their skills and their ability to share in the proceeds of growth.
With a foreword by Andy Haldane, the report’s authors include Becca Antink, Alice Barnard, Joe Dromey, David Hughes, Sir Peter Lampl, Neil Lee, Chi Onwurah MP, Andrew Pakes, Roy Rickhuss CBE, Matthew Taylor, Anna Turley MP, Lorna Unwin, Tony Wilson.
How to purchase
Copies are available, priced £9.95, from the Fabian Society. Call 020 7227 4900, email or send a cheque payable to The Fabian Society to 61 Petty France, London, SW1H 9EU.
30 July 2019
ANNA TURLEY: For an industrial strategy to work it needs to be rooted in the lives of ordinary people.Continue reading Changing Work Centre / Devolution / Employment / Labour party / Work
24 July 2019
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.Continue reading Business / Changing Work Centre / Economy / Employment / Trade unions / Work
24 July 2019
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.Continue reading Business / Changing Work Centre / Economy / Employment / Work
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