Barriers to Employment Service digitalisation?
What factors are influencing the adoption of digital tools by employment services and do they overcome, or replicate, existing challenges for users?
Employer Participation in Active Labour Market Policies in the United Kingdom and Denmark: The Effect of Employer Associations as Social Networks and the Mediating Role of Collective Voice
Active labour market policies (ALMPs) have evolved as pivotal social policy instruments designed to place the unemployed and other disadvantaged groups in sustainable employment. Yet, little is known about what drives employer participation in such initiatives. This article provides a nuanced account of the socio-economic aspects of the demand-side [...]
Dr. Jo Ingold gave evidence to the House of Commons Work and Pensions Select Committee
Today Digit’s Dr. Jo Ingold gave evidence to the House of Commons Work and Pensions Select Committee for their Inquiry: DWP’s preparations for Changes in the World of Work which covered digital issues. […]
Digitalisation of employment services: a comparative case study of the UK and Australia
This Innovation Fund project explores how the UK and Australia are embracing digital employment service delivery.