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Standing together: What financial support is Government offering workers, freelancers and businesses affected by COVID-19?
COVID-19 is already having a devastating impact on the UK economy. Sectors including hospitality, retail and travel have been particularly affected by the shifts in consumer behaviour following social distancing guidance. This blog, by the Work Foundation, explores the financial support offered by the Government.
Almost 9 in 10 people working in film, TV and cinema have experienced a mental health problem
The Work Foundation has conducted the UK’s first ever study into the mental health and wellbeing of the film, TV and cinema workforce and reveals a major mental health crisis, with evidence that the experiences of mental health in the industry are significantly worse than national averages.
Work Foundation joins BAE Systems’ call for nationwide push to develop skills for Industry 4.0
The Work Foundation is backing BAE Systems as it calls for a concerted and co-ordinated effort by industry, Government and the education sector to ensure the UK can fully benefit from the digital revolution and Industry 4.0.
Work Foundation calls for fundamental change in how we manage people at work to secure future economic success
After 100 years of advancing improvements in working conditions and championing Good Work for all, the Work Foundation is calling for a step change in how we manage people to finally turn around the UK’s productivity and achieve national success.
Work Foundation and ScreenSkills launch new Skills Forecasting Service which reveals recruitment difficulties
A new Skills Forecasting Service, delivered by ScreenSkills and the Work Foundation, has been launched with the first findings from its Quarterly Barometer and a call-out to all employers to take part in its inaugural Employer Survey.