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Press briefings 2008
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Press information from 2008
Largest rise in unemployment since March 1991
Institute for Employment Studies launches masterclass to support HR through the downturn
Benefit sanctions for lone parents with children aged one or more
Rising unemployment challenges the policy status quo
The Institute for Employment Studies opens its London office
Sir Richard Sykes appointed as President of Council for the Institute for Employment Studies
Unemployment up, men hit hardest
Better support needed to help longer-term incapacity benefits claimants back to work
First signs of a real downturn in the labour market, but not yet a meltdown
Managers call on HR to be ‘People Partners’
Economic migration raises contradictory points of view: conference
Unemployment – how high will it go?
A study of the career patterns of graduates from UK courses in art, design and media
People metrics help HR show what they know about business
Welfare Reform green paper: IES welcomes many of the proposed changes
Is wage restraint in trouble?
Research shows arts and design graduates lead double lives
Report urges employer action to boost recruitment from diverse groups
Practical Workforce Planning Guide published
Staying around? Brighton and Hove, and its graduates
People management pays, says independent study
Evaluation of Activity and Learning Agreement pilots
Motivation and attitude can matter as much as qualifications
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