Open workspaces play a vital role in London's economy and, in particular, in the city's vibrant creative and technology sectors. But without support, they risk being squeezed out by competing demands …
To make sure technological change benefits everyone, radical new ideas about spreading both human and financial capital need to be on the table.
Carys Roberts blogs on what a higher national minimum wage will mean for the care sector, at a time when their budgets are under strain.
Policymakers - both elected and civil - should make sure they talk to people at the sharp end and heart of our care system, so that decisions are based on a full understanding of the realities for carers and their families.
Frontline staff can be key to making sure technology delivers radically different social care.
Next-generation social care: The role of e-marketplaces in empowering care users and transforming services
E-marketplaces have the potential to radically transform social care services. Through interviews, case studies and original analysis, this report explores how they can – if done well – …