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Automation and the Future of Work inquiry

Inquiry

BEIS Committee hold inquiry into automation and the future of work, looking at its likely impact on UK businesses and the potential it has for productivity, growth and reindustrialisation.

The inquiry will also consider the impact of automation on workers, and the potential benefits and choices for consumers.

Reports, special reports and government responses

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23rd Report - Automation and the future of work
Inquiry Automation and the Future of Work inquiry
HC 1093
Report

Oral evidence transcripts

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15 May 2019
Inquiry Automation and the Future of Work inquiry
Witnesses Andrew Stephenson MP, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State, Minister for Business and Industry, Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy
Oral Evidence
30 April 2019
Inquiry Automation and the Future of Work inquiry
Witnesses Kate Bell, Head of Rights, International, Social and Economics, Trades Union Congress, Lauren Crowley, Head of Equalities, Community, Ian Brinkley, Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development, and Professor Tony Dundon, Work and Equalities Institute, University of Manchester/University of Limerick; Professor Tony Prescott, Director of Sheffield Robotics, University of Sheffield, Professor David M Lane, Director, Edinburgh Centre for Robotics, and Professor Nick Jennings, Vice-Provost (Research and Enterprise), Imperial College London (at 10.45am).
Oral Evidence
3 April 2019
Inquiry Automation and the Future of Work inquiry
Witnesses Mark Richardson, Chief Operating Officer, Ocado, Vinous Ali, Head of Policy, TechUK, Brian Palmer, Chief Executive Officer, TharsusProfessor Sir Christopher Pissarides, Regius Professor of Economics, LSE, Dr Daniel Susskind, Fellow in Economics, University of Oxford, Dr Anne-Marie Imafidon, Stemettes
Oral Evidence
Pro Bono Economics (AFW0049)
Pro Bono Economics (AFW0048)
Prospect Union (AFW0047)

Other publications

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Contact us

  • Email: commonsbtc@parliament.uk
  • Phone: 020 7219 8586 (General enquiries) | 020 7219 6970 (media enquiries)
  • Address: Business and Trade Committee, House of Commons, London, SW1A 0AA