Future of work: Aligning workstyles and policies to accommodate flexible employment

Future of work: Aligning workstyles and policies to accommodate flexible employment Phuah Eng Chye (8 September 2018) “If we were designing a labor market from scratch today, it’s unlikely we’d create one that rewards only full-time employees. It wouldn’t make sense given the many ways that people choose to – or must – work: independently, … “Future of work: Aligning workstyles and policies to accommodate flexible employment”

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Future of work: Approaches to regulating gig employment

Future of work: Approaches to regulating gig employment Phuah Eng Chye (1 September 2018) Several task forces, commissions, institutions and study groups have been established to address the challenges posed by the disruption of traditional labour regulation. In this context, Anna Ilsøe point out employers and employees are no longer well defined due to fissure … “Future of work: Approaches to regulating gig employment”

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Future of work: Other information effects – polarisation and transience

Future of work: Other information effects – polarisation and transience Phuah Eng Chye (18 August 2018) The previous article discussed how intangibility changes the nature of work. Intangibility can combine with the other information effects[1] of speed, size and transparency to change the organisational structure of work. This article discusses the information effects that gives … “Future of work: Other information effects – polarisation and transience”

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Future of work: The effect of intangibility on work

Future of work: The effect of intangibility on work Phuah Eng Chye (11 August 2018) New information capabilities open the path to new ways of producing and consuming and to the creation of new products and services. Maximising the benefits from innovation requires changes in the way work and society is organised. Usually businesses move … “Future of work: The effect of intangibility on work”

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Future of work: Information disruption

Future of work: Information disruption Phuah Eng Chye (28 July 2018) Mathew Bishop (moderator): Now, I suppose at the moment there seems to be a loss of faith that there is much of a future for work, and there’s a sense that…we’re facing a world where vast amounts of existing jobs are going to be … “Future of work: Information disruption”

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Organisation of households: Household formation and the housing market

Organisation of households: Household formation and the housing market Phuah Eng Chye (17 March 2018) Household formation has been the traditional force powering the housing market and economic growth. Derek Thompson observes “more formations is good news. It suggests more people getting jobs, getting apartments, getting married, having kids, and (in all likelihood) spending more … “Organisation of households: Household formation and the housing market”

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