The Good Work Monitor

The Good Work Monitor covers the interplay between how work impacts our health by looking at the relationship between good work (e.g. access to work, autonomy, good pay and hours), conditions of good work (e.g. local prosperity, job growth, education and equality) and our health.

Created in partnership with IFOW and UCL, it examines how good work is central to the wellbeing and flourishing of individuals, communities and the country. Our research also shows that good work is also central to meeting the toughest socio-economic challenges of the pandemic and to rebuild strong, resilient communities across the country.

Visualised through a series of graphics, our report argues it’s high time good work became part of a mainstream discourse about tackling growing inequalities and levelling up the country post-pandemic.

Read the full report here: