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.

 
  • Teachers working longer review: annex B - employment practice

    Pollard E, Swift S, Fohrbeck A, Cox A, Crumbie A, Stock D, Curry C | Feb 2017 | Department for Education

    This report produced by IES in partnership with Pensions Policy Institute on behalf of the Department for Education offers a Rapid Evidence Assessment of the published literature on the broad employment context of supporting teachers to work longer.

  • Fulfilling work: What do older workers value about work and why?

    Marvell R, Cox A | Feb 2017 | Centre for Ageing Better

    This report presents the findings of research conducted by IES on behalf of the Centre for Ageing Better into what workplace and job-related factors make employment fulfilling for older workers.

  • Fulfilling work: What do older workers value about work and why?: Research methodology

    Feb 2017 | Centre for Ageing Better

    This paper outlines the research methodology used to identify evidence on what older workers value about work. The findings from this research, conducted by IES on behalf of the Centre for Ageing Better, are presented in the accompanying evidence briefing.

  • Post-Brexit immigration systems and the impact on skills and labour supply: Update January 2017

    Marangozov R | Feb 2017 | Institute for Employment Studies

    Rachel Marangozov, senior research fellow at IES, offers an update for the IES Brexit Observatory on how employers and the government could meet skills and labour needs in the absence of freedom of movement.

  • Brexit implications for employment and social affairs: facts and figures

    Barbone L, Green M, Speckesser S, Broughton A | Jan 2017 | European Parliament

    This study conducted by IES on behalf of the European Parliament provides statistical and factual reference material regarding migration within Europe. The study aims to offer a clearer picture of the current state of affairs in this area following the UK's decision to leave the European Union and before the triggering of Article 50.

  • Employee financial well-being: Behavioural insights

    Spiegelhalter K, Cox A, Brown D, Rickard C | Jan 2017 | Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD)

    This IES authored report on behalf of the CIPD offers advice on financial wellbeing drawn from behavioural insights on how to engage with different sections of the workforce.

  • Employee financial well-being: practical guidance

    Rickard C, Spiegelhalter K, Cox A, Brown D | Jan 2017 | Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD)

    IES authored report on behalf of the CIPD offers practical advice for HR professionals on supporting employee financial wellbeing.

  • Employee financial well-being: why it's important

    Cox A, Rickard C, Spiegelhalter K, Brown D | Jan 2017 | Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD)

    This report authored by IES on behalf of the CIPD introduces the concept of employee financial wellbeing and collates key information about the poor state of financial wellbeing in the UK working population.

  • Applying a reward strategy in local government

    Rickard C, Reilly P, Brown D | Dec 2016 | Local Government Association

    This IES paper for the Local Government Association is based on a brief literature review and is aimed at councils considering their approach to reward. The paper aims to help councils frame their reward strategy in the context of their organisational challenges.

  • Beyond Brexit: Assessing key risks to the nursing workforce in England

    Marangozov R, Williams M, Bevan S | Dec 2016 | Institute for Employment Studies

    IES paper offering new data analysis on the impact of Brexit and population growth-related demand for health services on the NHS and the UK's nursing workforce.