Louise Woodruff

Louise Woodruff

@jrflouise

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Policy and Partnerships Manager at Joseph Rowntree Foundation @jrf_uk. All about credible solutions to in-work poverty and low paid work. Views here my own.

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Joined on April 06, 2011
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Quoted @LivingWageUK

NEW: 'Investing in the Living Wage' - a toolkit developed by experts in fair pay and responsible investment as a guide to how and why investors should chose #LivingWage Employers Read it here: ➡️https://t.co/YXkSBSL2NX https://t.co/YrSleUxaub

NEW: 'Investing in the Living Wage' - a toolkit developed by  experts in fair pay and responsible investment as a guide to how and why investors should chose #LivingWage Employers 

Read it here: ➡️https://t.co/YXkSBSL2NX https://t.co/YrSleUxaub

Great to be able to join @LivingWageUK @ShareAction for the new launch of this new toolkit for responsible investors. Investors & asset managers have a crucial role to play in a recovery with better work. https://t.co/RSZxm6i0hg

The PM’s Lifetime Skills Guarantee will be a necessary part of our response to the coming wave of unemployment, but immediate support will also be needed. The Government must maintain the £20 uplift to #UniversalCredit and #KeepTheLifeline. https://t.co/lde0WtkGT0 https://t.co/YcjULr9lx8

The PM’s Lifetime Skills Guarantee will be a necessary part of our response to the coming wave of unemployment, but immediate support will also be needed. The Government must maintain the £20 uplift to #UniversalCredit and #KeepTheLifeline. https://t.co/lde0WtkGT0 https://t.co/YcjULr9lx8

Great to see @ChildrensComm calling on the Government to #KeepTheLifeline and make the £20 increase to #UniversalCredit permanent. It's simply not right that #COVID19 is having a disproportionate impact on children, especially from disadvantaged backgrounds. https://t.co/l07kPYyXKo https://t.co/7jHXxvBZL6

The Times reports the Govt will make an announcement on adult skills later, including fully funded level 3 courses. If correct, that’s good news. Skills & retraining was a big gap in last week’s announcements. As ever, important to see the details. https://t.co/PHu5qFnDvq

The @CIPD is researching the impact of COVID-19 on UK reward policies. If you’re involved in pay and benefits for your organisation, then we would really value your input. Take part in our 10-minute survey and you could win a Google Nest Hub Max https://t.co/KLRPfnwW4b

The countdown begins, with only 6 weeks to go until #LivingWageWeek (9-15 Nov) when the new rates are announced and we celebrate a growing #LivingWage movement 🎉 Get involved! https://t.co/QvvcxVVi8O https://t.co/Zc3X4xUy9J

Yesterday’s announcement won’t prevent the coming wave of unemployment that will hit the low paid and low skilled hardest. We urgently need to invest in good jobs for the future and a right to retrain so people are supported to adapt https://t.co/fH3C4I2WE4

"He needs to return to the despatch box soon with further measures to create jobs, invest in retraining and ensure the social security lifeline remains in place." Read JRF's @dminnes in @theipaper on the three gaps in @RishiSunak's #WinterEconomicPlan https://t.co/yaMSqt5dGO

With his #WinterEconomyPlan @RishiSunak has taken action to preserve some jobs but has failed to protect those hardest hit by #COVID19, leaving many at risk of being swept into unemployment without a strong social security lifeline to rely on. [THREAD]

New vlog👇 #wintereconomyplan fell shortof the bold action we needed today. Job Support Scheme will protect some but many more will be lost. No new action to create good quality jobs, no promised Right to Retrain, no confirmation of the social security lifeline. ⁦@jrf_ukhttps://t.co/AT7pqR84sO

Chancellor's announcement won't stop the coming wave of unemployment which will pull more people into poverty. We urgently need to hear more about investment to create good new jobs and a the right retrain so those losing their jobs can find new ones

What the Chancellor has announced today will help to save some jobs but not all. We urgently need to invest in retraining and skills for people made redundant to transition into new opportunities. Govt promised a Right to Retrain in their manifesto - we need to see it now.

Even so, we'll be seeing a lot of redundancies, so the government also needs to step up efforts on job creation. See this by @mike_hawking @jrflouise @BestwickMorgan for some ideas https://t.co/yNsTKgUqHR

As we face increasing uncertainty around #coronavirus and work, an ambitious plan is needed to deliver a good jobs recovery. Find out our key recommendations in our new briefing: https://t.co/8R6WxbXfm0

Quoted @DevoConnect

The issue is raised on how we will pay for the #goodjobsrecovery. BEIS Chair @darrenpjones says we should be confident and clear about borrowing money, stating that it is the right thing to do to support people back into work @jrf_uk https://t.co/SGXCErmYxg

The issue is raised on how we will pay for the #goodjobsrecovery. BEIS Chair @darrenpjones says we should be confident and clear about borrowing money, stating that it is the right thing to do to support people back into work @jrf_uk https://t.co/SGXCErmYxg

What a pleasure it was to hear from so many fantastic speakers on the @jrf_uk @DevoConnect #LabourConnected panel on the #GoodJobsRecovery today. Great to join @AnnelieseDodds @FrancesOGrady @Helen_Barnard and our panel chair @BenChu_. https://t.co/m2qeQZR7k8

For anyone who couldn’t make it, we’ll be sharing a recording of the event shortly, and you can read our new briefing by @mike_hawking @jrflouise and @BestwickMorgan on navigating the coming wave of unemployment to a #GoodJobsRecovery. https://t.co/8R6WxbXfm0

Quoted @mike_hawking

New @jrf_uk briefing with recommendations for the CSR and Budget on labour market support needed to stem the coming tide of unemployment and make progress towards a good jobs recovery. Written with @jrflouise & @BestwickMorgan, it has four themes THREAD: https://t.co/3VXqLbHf8n

Important thread from @mike_hawking on our new @jrf_uk briefing : what we need to stem the coming tide of unemployment and start a good jobs recovery. https://t.co/6WrLxXAWif

We need a bold and compassionate response to tackle incoming waves of unemployment and to avoid more people being swept into poverty. Read our latest briefing on how good jobs can help our recovery. https://t.co/8R6WxbXfm0 #LabourConnected #Labour2020

Ace panel for @jrf_uk and @DevoConnect’s fringe at #LabourConnected on Monday at 12:30. How do we create a new generation of good jobs and a recovery for all? Join our panel: @AnnelieseDodds @FrancesOGrady @darrenpjones @Helen_Barnard @BenChu_ https://t.co/HmmHBcQQry

A few key points from today's labour market stats: The effects of C19 are slowly becoming more apparent. The unemployment rate ticked up (4.1%) and PAYE employees fell further. It's still remarkable how well the furlough scheme has protected workers given the huge fall in GDP.

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