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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.

iROWE seminar, Long COVID: supporting your staff & protecting your business

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 here to read the findings.

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.

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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.

Jim McMahon MP Shadow Minister (Housing, Communities and Local Government) (Devolution) with Adrian Wright
Jim McMahon MP Shadow Minister (Housing, Communities and Local Government) (Devolution) with Adrian Wright

Current iROWE projects

Latest news and blogs

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    Thought leadership piece on the drive for inclusive cultures in technology businesses

    Monday 8 March 2021
  •  A woman pictured working from home at a computer

    A new set of principles to improve the lives of employees working from home has been launched by the University of Central Lancashire and regional partners.

    Friday 6 November 2020
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    Adrian Wright, Director of UCLan’s Institute for Research into Organisations, Work & Employment explores how managers can supervise employees while home working

    Sunday 19 July 2020
  • Man's hands surrounding wooden people figures in a protective gesture

    Low earners, young people & those already suffering from workplace inequalities are more likely to lose their jobs as a result of the pandemic. Read more here.

    Thursday 15 October 2020
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    Since the lockdown restriction came into force we have seen huge changes to the way we work and live.

    Thursday 23 July 2020

Contact us:

General Enquiries:

Tel: +44 (0)1772 894537 | Email: iroweresearch@uclan.ac.uk

Director: Dr. Adrian Wright