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This year has been a reminder that societies need effective ways of sharing the burden if they are to be resilient
As more workers are laid-off this autumn, the grim reality of meagre support will become clear
The PM could lift social reforms from the wartime leader’s early ministerial career
The link between national prosperity and personal wellbeing is not straightforward
Britain’s jobs performance, and its deep social discontent, provide an opportunity to improve working life
Politicians have made bodges and choices that now weigh on attempts to raise revenue
Businesses crunch data to gain power; workers should bend it to their own ambitions
In the gig economy the relationship between employer and employee is fraying
Mediocre management is often the product of a flawed business model
In a flexible labour market, workers need innovative organisations to defend them
The future of the American labour movement is in the balance
The rise in labour innovation and activism in America has lessons for the UK, writes Gavin Kelly
All the political parties face similar unanswered questions
A sixth of UK debt is held by those who already have less than £200 a month, writes Gavin Kelly