Paying a living wage to home care workers is a step in the right direction but not enough to transform the service
Development Impact Bonds were supposed to be the next big thing. But do they give power to the right people?
As organisations fragment, the social cost is externalised. Can 'Big Society' really solve the resulting problems?
Wingham Rowan calls for government to adapt their policy response to the reality that jobs for life have gone for good
Three big steps in the last week could mean the beginning of the end for the current model of home care in Britain
A new TUC report shows occupational segmentation is more gendered now than 20 years ago. What can be done?
On National Stress Awareness Day, Surviving Work founder Elizabeth Cotton outlines her vision of Radical Resilience
Workers in the informal economy and slum dwellers can be active and organised contributors to raising the triple bottom line
A review panel chaired by the South African planning minister is highly critical of the World Bank's Doing Business report
We need to find ways to offer employed people more of the benefits of freelancing -- and vice versa.
British public sector workers are more fearful than ever -- except where change is managed with staff involvement.
Unions must transform themselves radically to relate to the insecurities, needs and aspirations of those in the precariat.
Shouldn't the United Nations be setting a good global example about justice for young workers? So why no pay for its "interns"?
The idea that the 'precariat' is a new class is an obstacle not only to understanding but also to organisation
The economic crisis has caused both job losses and wage reductions among both formally and informally employed workers
Jeff Sachs says global institutions should set goals that link economic, social and environmental sustainability. Is he right?
Ford led the private transport revolution in the 20th Century. Will it really lead a public transport revolution in the 21st?
If every care worker received the living wage the implications for public finance and services would be truly radical
Just because the private sector creates most jobs doesn't mean that if the private sector grows good jobs will follow.
The 2013 Doing Business Report says less regulation means more jobs, contradicting the 2013 World Development Report!
Former World Bank staffer Steve Commins argues for more political economy analysis about winners and losers in job creation
The World Bank published its 2013 World Development Report, on Jobs, on 1st October. Here we have our say and invite yours.