Institute for Research into Organisations, Work and Employment (iROWE)
The Institute for Research into Organisations, Work and Employment (iROWE) aims to engage with stakeholders to help build a fair and equitable future of work.
The Work in Lancashire report
The “Work in Lancashire: Understanding Job Quality and Productivity in the Region” report, surveyed a cross section of over 200 workers across Lancashire from a range of industries and sectors. Download a copy to read the findings.
Our institute conducts and disseminates high quality research and engages with key organisations such as the TUC, ISBE, CIPD, ACAS, the RSA and local Government to inform the development of effective workplace practice and employment policy.
Current iROWE projects
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Remote and Hybrid Working Principles
Re-imagining Good Work: Remote & Hybrid Working Principles for Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs). This document outlines six practical principles to support remote and hybrid working.Download your copy
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Director: Dr. Adrian Wright
Adrian Wright's academic background and research interests are drawn from a number of disciplines. He has a first degree from Manchester Metropolitan University in Hospitality Management, a Master’s degree from Manchester Business School in Corporate Communications and Reputation…
Mary is an experienced researcher having a wide range of research interests spanning from sustainability, behaviour change, transport and wellbeing. Her research skills include both qualitative and quantitative methods such as survey design, in depth interviews and focus groups. …