Tech workers call time on moving fast and breaking things

Doteveryone research finds workers care about the societal impact of tech and are prepared to quit when they see harm done.

Catherine Miller
May 12 · 5 min read
  • have an appetite for more responsible leadership
  • want clear government regulation so they can innovate with awareness

Illustration by Elin Matilda Andersson.
Illustration by Elin Matilda Andersson
  • Invest in training and resources to help workers understand and anticipate the social impact of their work.
  • Use industry-wide standards and support the responsible innovation standard being developed by the BSI - 78% of workers favour such a framework.
  • Engage with the UK government to share best practice and support the development of technology literate policymaking and regulation.
  • Rethink professional development, so that workers can draw on wider skills and knowledge bases — not just their own ingenuity and resources.



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Catherine Miller

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Director of Policy @doteveryone. Previously @MileEndInst @bbcr4today & @bbcworldtonight.

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Stories from the team at Doteveryone. We're championing responsible technology for a fairer future.