Building a fair, productive, and prosperous future of work.
The way the world works is fundamentally broken. There is a global talent shortage yet companies and governments still prioritize onsite employees over hiring remote and contract workers, while individuals enter the workforce unequipped to operate as a successful independent.
The AFW is bringing together leading minds, companies and organisations with an interest in the future of work, in order to drive thinking, produce resources and support, and push for the change needed.
We aim to reduce the barriers to future working, improve support structures, widen opportunities, and give people the flexible infrastructure they need to have successful careers – in whatever form that takes.
We are working with association members to operationalize six primary and concurrent work streams.
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Chaired by Albert Azis-Clauson, a pioneer in the future of work space, the AFW is engaging with the UK government, enterprises, SMEs, individuals, think tanks, and researchers globally.