What has been the take-up of the right to flexible working for all employees and how have employers adapted to offer flexible start and finish times and home-working?
How are employers addressing issues of poor working conditions, work-life balance and motivation?
With McDonalds offering all employees certainty of hours to what extent is the tide turning against zero-hours contracts?
What are the challenges and opportunities for improving the quality of work for zero-hours, agency and temporary workers?
How can new ways of working be used to open up opportunities for groups who are underrepresented in the workplace?
Who are the trailblazers in offer employees a more flexible approach to work, and what impact does this have in productivity, morale and retention?
With modern employment less secure, and more flexible, how can the welfare system adapt to support those who may be in and out of work on a regular basis?
What is the latest thinking on improving employee relations and engagement, particularly with flexible and agency workers?
What are the challenges and opportunities of supporting continuing professional development in the modern workplace?
Daniel Tomlinson Researcher, Resolution Foundation
Patrick Brione Head of Research, IPA Involve