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11 Apr 2017
Stephen Bevan presents a free webinar drawing upon research evidence and case studies to consider the ‘duty of care’ obligations on managers; causes of workplace ill-health; empathy, emotional intelligence; job design and psychological health at work; and the health of managers.
28 Mar 2017
Stephen Bevan presented at the Healthy Workplaces Good Practice Awards event in Brussels, organised by the European Agency for Occupational Safety and Health (EU OSHA).
8 Mar 2017
On International Women's Day, IES researchers consider three current topics that have an impact on women's position in the workplace and the labour market.: ageing, pay gaps, and caring.
11 Jan 2017
IES has authored a series of three reports on behalf of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) examining the issue of employee financial wellbeing.
30 Nov 2016
A look back at the Brexit Observatory twitter chat in November 2016. Our panel of experts discussed with others how Brexit might effect employee engagement.
15 Nov 2016
The IES Brexit Observatory will host a twitter chat with a panel of experts on the impacts of Brexit on employee engagement on Thursday, 24 November, 2016 from 13:00 to 14:00 GMT.
10 Oct 2016
IES report finds that there is little evidence of key UK sectors targeting foreign-born workers specifically, even in the case of hard-to-fill vacancies.
1 Sep 2016
IES launch new resource offering a space to collate evidence, share relevant research and commentary, track datasets, and link to sources of independent information as the debate continues and the terms of the UK’s departure are revealed.
4 Aug 2016
IES's evaluation of the Intensive Activity Programme (IAP) trials has been published by the Department for Work and Pensions.
1 Aug 2016
NHS trusts in London, Thames Valley and East of England are most likely to be affected by the UK leaving the EU, new analysis reveals. The full implications of the data analysis are outlined in a new IES piece for the LSE’s Brexit Vote blog.