Publications

Publications graphicWe author and publish a range of resources to keep you up to date with the latest developments in employment, labour market and human resource policy and practice.

All our pdf publications are free to access, and some are available to purchase as hard copies.

Publications for the IES HR Network are embargoed for three months before being circulated publicly.

 
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    Podcast: Gender pay gap reporting: full analysis and insight

    Brown D | Jul 2016 | Institute for Employment Studies

    Duncan Brown's debrief podcast for IES HR Network event 'Gender pay gap reporting: full analysis and insight'.

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    Slides: Closing the gender pay gap in higher education: A sector-wide approach

    Hopkins L | Jul 2016 | Institute for Employment Studies

    Laurence Hopkins' presentation slides from IES HR Network event 'Gender pay gap reporting: full analysis and insight', 21 July 2016

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    Slides: Gender pay as part of a diversity strategy

    Gaynor K | Jul 2016 | Institute for Employment Studies

    Karen Gaynor's presentation slides from IES HR Network event 'Gender pay gap reporting: full analysis and insight', 21 July 2016

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    Slides: Gender pay reporting: Overview

    Williams A | Jul 2016 | Institute for Employment Studies

    Audrey Williams' slides from IES HR Network event 'Gender pay gap reporting: full analysis and insight', 21 July 2016

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    Slides: Gender pay gap reporting: Important, understandable or irrelevant

    Brown D | Jul 2016 | Institute for Employment Studies

    Duncan Brown's presentation slides from IES HR Network event 'Gender pay gap reporting: full analysis and insight', 21 July 2016.

  • The Power of Parity

    A study of how Lewisham Council achieved gender equality at senior levels, the learning and implications

    Brown D | Jul 2016 | Institute for Employment Studies

    With a near-equal gender mix at the top of their organisation, Lewisham Council have successfully overcome the continuing gender pay and position inequality that still persists in many organisations across the UK. A new IES report investigates how Lewisham, with 56 per cent of those in senior grades female and a pay gap slightly in favour of women, have achieved this.

  • The customer journey to initial teacher training

    Williams J, Pollard E, Hinks R, Huxley C, Marvell R | Jul 2016 | The National College for Teaching and Leadership (NCTL)

    In 2015, The National College for Teaching and Leadership (NCTL) commissioned IES to enhance their understanding of the 'customer journey' - the experience of those who register an interest in and progress towards Initial Teacher Training (ITT) - in order to identify where changes can best be made to maximise efficient and cost-effective recruitment to ITT.

  • The labour market for nurses in the UK and its relationship to the demand for, and supply of, international nurses in the NHS

    Final report

    Marangozov R, Williams M, Buchan J | Jul 2016 | Institute for Employment Studies

    This research examines and seeks to explain the variation in the recruitment of non-European Economic Area (EEA) nurses at trust level in the NHS in England, drawing on evidence from quantitative analysis of available data, as well as qualitative interviews with NHS trusts and health sector experts.

  • Blue Light programme research summary

    Jun 2016 | MIND

    IES research for MIND included in this summary of their research into the Blue Light Programme. The programme works to support the mental health of emergency service workers and IES offered an evaluation of 'Strand 2' of the programme.

  • Evaluation of Mind's Blue Light Programme

    Strand 2: Workplace Wellbeing

    Wilson S, Sinclair A, Huxley C, Spiegelhalter K,  | Jun 2016 | MIND

    Mind's blue light programme provides mental health support for emergency services staff and volunteers from police, search and rescue, fire and ambulance services across England. Our research forms Strand 2 of the evaluation of this programme.