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Publications 1 November 2017
Future of Work in Wales
The future of work is uncertain, with a wide range of societal changes affecting the labour market.
Commentary 1 November 2017
First Minister Opens the Future of Work in Wales Event
The First Minister of Wales, The Right Honourable Carwyn Jones AM, delivers the opening remarks at the inaugural event of the Wales Centre for Public...
Commentary 1 November 2017
Matthew Taylor talks about the Future of Work
Matthew Taylor, Chief Executive of the Royal Society of Arts (RSA), discusses the RSA's programme for the Future of Work, at our Future of Work...
Commentary 1 November 2017
Stijn Broecke discusses the OECD’s research into the Future of Work
Stijn Broecke, Senior Economist in Employment, Labour and Social Affairs at the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), talks about the OECD’s programme...
Press Releases 1 November 2017
Future of Work in Wales
The greater use of artificial intelligence and robotics is set to dramatically alter the kinds of jobs available in Wales within the next 20 years.
past event
Future of Work in Wales
1 November 2017
On Wednesday 1st November 2017 we were delighted to host an event to launch our report - The Future of Work in Wales. The event was...
Publications 26 February 2017
Harnessing Growth Sectors for Poverty Reduction
This report considers how growth sectors can reduce poverty by providing high quality jobs and opportunities for career progression. Based on research funded by the...
Publications 12 September 2016
Asymmetric School Weeks
An asymmetric school week includes a combination of longer and shorter days with coordinated pupil free time. The most common structure is four longer days...