The City’s Business: helping young Londoners towards and into employment

Nearly one in five young Londoners is unemployed. The capital has the third...

Improving progression from low-paid jobs at city-region level

Existing skills and employment support systems concentrate on getting people...

Working Anywhere

The UK is on the verge of a mobile working ‘tipping point’ – when working...

Don’t stop me now: supporting young people with chronic conditions from education to employment

The sixth policy paper from the Health and Work Policy Unit calls for greater...

Unemployed and overqualified? Graduates in the UK labour market

This report looks at whether the UK is producing too many graduates for the jobs...

Going Solo: Does self-employment offer a solution to youth unemployment?

The UK has the largest number of self-employed under 25 in the EU – and three...

The costs and benefits of paying all the lowest-paid care home workers in the UK the Living Wage

Low pay in care homes is widespread and varies with gender, age, location and...

Ethnicity, poverty and youth unemployment

With clear evidence that young people’s early experiences in the labour market...

The Productivity Imperative: Towards a 21st century model of postal service delivery

This paper describes the productivity challenge, particularly for the postal and...

Performance Management HR Thoroughbred or Beast of Burden?

The purpose of this paper is to examine how we can ensure that PM delivers...