Centre for Sustainable Work and Employment Futures

The Centre for Sustainable Work and Employment Futures was established in 2013 within the College of Social Sciences, Arts and Humanities to position the University of Leicester at the forefront of analytical and policy research on work and employment futures.

Aims

  • To shape and improve work and employment policy analysis
  • Inform practice by bringing together a team of networked researchers to produce systematic theory and a secure evidence base to address existing knowledge gaps.

Research

Research is initially concentrated on six inter-connected themes;

  • Age, careers and employment change
  • Work and social change in the digital age
  • Social inclusion and equality
  • Productivity and job quality
  • Globalisation and new international divisions of labour

Contact

Professor Anne-marie Greeneag485@le.ac.uk

Professor Peter Nolan, pn54@le.ac.uk

 

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