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28 Jun 2016
A summary of recent HR research papers by the Institute for Employment Studies. The recent papers look at topics such as presenteeism, HR and OD capability in local authorities and older workers.
27 Jun 2016
Amanda Callen, IES Senior Research Fellow, considers the relationship between total reward and employee engagement. Citing a recent IES evidence-based review for NHS Employers, Amanda offers a look at how the complex reward-engagement relationship can be overcome in a bespoke, carefully investigated total reward strategy.
24 Jun 2016
Face-to-face and webinar training can both be valuable tools for raising awareness of mental health at work, finds new IES research for mental health charity Mind.
22 Jun 2016
Lucia Barbone considered the role of EU migrants in the UK education sector ahead of the EU referendum.
20 Jun 2016
Rosa Marvell looks at the impact of creative and multi-channeled careers advice on young people's employability skills and interests. Drawing from our recent research for STEMNET, Rosa explores the benefits of a diverse approach to careers education.
9 Jun 2016
With Carers Week 2016 underway, Andrea Broughton asks who is caring for the working carers of Europe. Drawing from recent research by the Institute for Employment Studies for the CIPD, Andrea frames and comments on the situation of older workers who are also caring for others.
6 Jun 2016
Employers can improve the health of their workforce by introducing a cycle to work scheme, according to our new report for the Cycle to Work Alliance.
19 May 2016
Being at work while you are ill may not be such a bad thing after all, suggests a new report on so-called 'Presenteeism' by IES.
18 May 2016
Jim Hillage, director of research, comments on the latest ONS Labour Market Statistics.
12 May 2016
Duncan Brown urges HR and OD professionals to revise their approach and let go, with two great examples of successful organisational change.