Research shows a majority of workers can do their job in less than 40 hours a week. So why are we still stuck in the same work week, even amid such radical shifts in the way we work over ...
Entrepreneur Ifedolapo Runsewe has set up an industrial plant dedicated to transforming old tyres into high-demand goods which can help the community.
Ahead of the World Day for Decent Work, we asked leaders in global organizations for their take on what is needed to make good work a reality for everyone.
Leena Nair chats with Meet The Leader about experimenting with 4-day work weeks and other flexible models - and why soft skills like vulnerability will be key for leaders in future decades.
To be a green energy leader, the solar industry must work with governments to root out forced labour and the use of coal throughout its supply chains.
The COVID-19 pandemic exacerbated inequity – and the recovery is set to be unequal. A new Forum-LSE paper outlines an action programme to build back better and broader.
This report outlines a global vision and concrete, practical guidance to grow forward towards more resilient economies which serve all parts of society and ensure nature and the environme...
To address youth unemployment, especially in Africa, we need to shift youths' efforts from seeking jobs to creating marketable opportunities for themselves.
COVID-19 set us back on achieving many of the SDGs education, gender and work targets. Placing women and youth at the center of recovery can get us back on track.
Productivity could be increased five times if employees experience the ‘meaning quotient’.
The world has relied on essential workers during the pandemic –yet too many still lack basic protections. Here's how we can fix that.
We polled 11,000 young people around the world and spoke to a small group of them about the future of work and skills. Here's what they told us.
A survey of 2,500 UK employees shows a preference in favour of home working 2-3 days a week, with lingering concerns of overcrowded transport and offices.
Parental leave is a good thing, according to 90% of men who take it. Billions of dollars in economic output is lost every year because women shoulder the burden of childcare.
From containing the pandemic, to embracing diversity and growing the green economy, here are some of the key quotes from the Agenda Dialogues session.