As the UK moves forward to a new normal, it’s important not to lose sight of what could prospectively go well as a result of what we’ve learned, if we play our cards right.
As Wales rolls out a £1,600 a month UBI trial, what do we know about making basic income schemes work?
The authors of IPPO’s forthcoming review of basic income experiments tell us why widening inequality keeps policymakers coming back to the UBI idea, time after time
Strategies to support social care workers during COVID-19: a global scan of responses to severe staffing challenges
All over the world, COVID-19 has placed huge demands and stresses on social care workers – but what supportive policy initiatives have been attempted in response?
Policymakers should not assume that a rising minimum wage and reopened economy will be sufficient to achieve an inclusive pandemic recovery. This blog from the Resolution Foundation proposes some more ambitious ideas
The dangers of reliance on a casualised workforce have been cruelly exposed by the pandemic. The second of our INGSA inequality case studies looks at the particular challenges faced by casual workers in Australia
Office for National Statistics (19.04.21) This article looks at how different propensities of homeworking impact an individual’s job outcomes and explores the characteristics of those who work from home. The unprecedented increase in homeworking...
How has COVID-19 disrupted the UK labour market, and how can better adult training and job placement aid the recovery?
The UK ranks among the worst countries in Europe for ‘skills mismatches’. Creating new opportunities for adult training and reskilling is an essential part of helping the UK economy recover from the shock of COVID-19