On Wednesday 27 November, at 6.30pm, we launch our Working Identies report at Queen Elizabeth II Centre, Westminster.
Working Identities offers a unique, cross-sector insight into the changing world of work and its wide-ranging impacts on individuals and wider society.
It presents a series of practical, policy-focused recommendations for promoting progress towards more peaceful, open and inclusive societies.
Insights and recommendations
This Cumberland Lodge Report marks the culmination of a 12-month project to explore how work-based identities are transforming in an age characterised by precariousness, digitalisation, frequent job changes and meaningless labour.
It draws on the wisdom and experience of trade union representatives, working rights campaigners, academics, NGOs, policymakers and community practitioners, to discuss developments that are changing the role and significance of work in people’s lives and wider society.
Our report summarises key themes and best-practice recommendations that emerged from our independent research and a roundtable conference at Cumberland Lodge in March 2019. These ideas were reviewed and refined at an expert consultation we convened with conference representatives and further specialists in July 2019.
The report's author is Cumberland Lodge freelance research associate Dr Eva Selenko, a Senior Lecturer in Work Psychology at Loughborough University.
The launch will begin with short introductions from invited specialists, to highlight its key themes and recommendations.
Our panellists are:
Kate Bell - Head of the Rights, International, Social and Economics department, Trades Union Congress
Professor Jacqueline O’Reilly - Professor of Comparative Human Resource Management, University of Sussex
Mark Littlewood - Director General, Institute of Economic Affairs
There will also be a drinks reception, and the chance to mingle with fellow guests and contributors to the report.
Location details for the venue can be found here.
Everyone is welcome to join us for the launch event, to receive a printed copy of the report and to hear from and interact with our guest panelists. Please feel free to share details with friends and colleagues who might be interested.
Places are free but register in advance below, or via the 'Register now' button on this webpage, to attend.