The Financial Times has launched Working It, a weekly newsletter from work and careers editor Isabel Berwick.

The Working It newsletter will help readers understand the new world of work, from the Great Resignation and diversity and inclusion to hybrid working, tips on career management and more. Podcast host Berwick will tackle a range of current and perennial workplace issues and Working It will serve audiences from senior managers leading hundreds to those starting out in their careers.

With her popular podcast of the same name, Berwick has created an engaged and loyal following. The Working It newsletter will give this audience a fresh way to access the FT’s work and careers content. Working It is the first joint newsletter and podcast from the FT, a reflection of the increased popularity in audio as an introduction to FT journalism. 

The newsletter will include behind the scenes details of the free podcast and a preview of the following week’s topic. Readers will also find a welcoming community within the newsletter. Berwick and co-writer Sophia Smith in New York will regularly take on readers’ workplace questions and feature comments and feedback from subscribers.

Isabel Berwick said: “The world of work has been upended and it’s never going back to its pre-pandemic ‘normal’. Working It will help our readers navigate the ongoing uncertainty and keep ahead of the latest trends and shifts.”

The newsletter is available to standard FT subscribers and will be delivered at 5pm BST / 12pm ET Wednesdays beginning today, 6 April. Find out more and sign up here. Today's edition can be viewed here.

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Listen and subscribe to the Working It podcast here.


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Working It editors

Isabel Berwick is work and careers editor, overseeing a department that covers management, leadership, working life, graduate careers - and the huge issue of the future of work. She has a particular interest in workplace diversity and inclusion and is an editorial co-lead on the 50/50 Equality Project, which works towards equal numbers of men and women being quoted in the FT. She joined the personal finance team at the FT in 1999 from the Independent on Sunday, where she was personal finance editor and then business editor. She held several senior editing roles on FT Weekend and the Opinion desk before taking up her current post in 2018.

Sophia Smith joined the FT in March 2022 as the editor of the Working It newsletter, covering careers and workplace trends. She comes to the FT from Medium, where she worked as an associate editor for The Bold Italic and Human Parts, and as a producer to scale up Medium’s newsroom and launch a suite of publications. Previously she was managing editor for Maker Media, working across the print and digital versions of Make: magazine. Sophia lives in New York City.

About the Financial Times

The Financial Times is one of the world’s leading business news organisations, recognised internationally for its authority, integrity and accuracy. The FT has a record paying readership of 1.2 million, more than one million of which are digital subscriptions. It is part of Nikkei Inc., which provides a broad range of information, news and services for the global business community.