14 June 2017
Work policy research
Citizens Advice helps thousands of people with employment issues each year. Millions more access our employment advice online. We therefore have a detailed understanding of how the labour market is changing and the consequences for other aspects of workers’ lives.
17 April 2017
Citizens Advice sets out how to halve the health and disability employment gap
17 April 2017
Citizens Advice response to the Government Green Paper on Work, Health and Disability
01 February 2017
Sharp practice occurs when people are treated unfairly at work. It can include cases where existing legal protections are disregarded as well as cases where employment is potentially legal but not in the spirit of the law.
19 January 2017
Recommendations on balancing flexibility and security in a changing labour market
22 November 2016
The problems that can make the difference between ‘just managing’—and not
11 August 2016
A collection of short reports highlighting the importance of income security
02 August 2016
Citizens Advice explores the health and disability employment gap
12 June 2016
Research based on polling that analysed insecurity in the labour market.
15 March 2016
Self-employed people in debt find it difficult to deal with their debt and their options may be limited. We explore their experiences and the support available.
28 January 2016
Self-employed people are not saving into pensions nor saving for retirement at all. Citizens Advice is calling for changes to encourage them to save.
21 December 2015
Self-employment provides flexibility and control for many, but when these are lost, work/life balance can suffer and businesses can fail.
07 December 2015
This new report from Citizens Advice tracks the highs and lows of the self-employment journey
26 October 2015
Citizens Advice's new report explores the experiences of employees with non-traditional contracts, including the impacts their work has on their finances and home lives.
09 October 2015
And how different is the picture to a decade ago?
Neither one thing nor the other: how reducing bogus self-employment could benefit workers, business and the Exchequer
18 August 2015
How reducing bogus self-employment could benefit workers, business and the Exchequer.
30 March 2015
Since 2008 more people are in temporary work, work multiple jobs or have zero hour contracts. This new research with local Citizens Advice staff, volunteers and clients finds that people are paying the price for second choice jobs in eight ways.
05 January 2015
New evidence reveals just under half of people with an employment issue would have to save for six months to afford tribunal fees of £1,200.
05 November 2013
Employment Tribunals, workers who do not see a penny of the money awarded to them
09 December 2009
Threatened civil recovery against those accused of shoplifting or employee theft