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IES event report: Mini-conference 21 May 2015Tamkin P, Snowden E, Callen A, Brannon D | Aug 2015 | Institute for Employment Studies
The mini-conference in May was a very successful event, with lots of positive feedback from members. We have written a full account of the day’s events, covering each presentation in detail.
Views from the IES HR Directors’ RetreatTamkin P | Aug 2015 | Institute for Employment Studies
Penny Tamkin has written a reflective paper inspired by presentations at the HR Directors' Retreat 2015, in which she considers the case studies in detail, and explores some of the ideas raised.
A framework for thinking about your own approachReilly P | Aug 2015 | Institute for Employment Studies
This infographic summarises Peter Reilly's framework and top tips, as published in his new guide: Workforce planning: a framework for thinking about your own approach This file may be shared and republished, under a Creative Commons...
Reilly P | Jul 2015 | Institute for Employment Studies
This second paper in our new series of HR Essentials papers focuses on workforce planning. It offers the practitioner two elements of support on just two pages: A framework for thinking about your own approach, and ten practical tips for developing and implementing a successful approach.
Varney S | Jul 2015 | Institute for Employment Studies
This third paper in our new series of HR Essentials highlights five key challenges of organisation design and offers ten practical tips to help HR professionals to navigate those challenges.
Williams M, Coare P, Marvell R, Pollard E, Houghton A-M, Anderson J | Jul 2015 | Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE)
This report presents the findings of a research project undertaken for the Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE) to update its understanding of institutional support provision for students with mental health problems and other impairments with high cost or intensive support needs.
Caroline Callan | Jul 2015 | Home Office
Caroline Callan's slides from the IES HR Network event: 'HR Business Partners: Yes please or no thanks?'
Peter Reilly | Jul 2015 | Institute for Employment Studies
Peter Reilly's slides from the IES HR Network event: 'HR Business Partners: Yes please or no thanks?'
Lessons learned from implementing a training and development intervention for clinicians across the East of EnglandCarter A, Tamkin P, Wilson S, Miller L | Jul 2015 | Institute for Employment Studies
The subject of this report is the IES evaluation of an education initiative/ development intervention consisting of a two-day health coaching programme for 777 clinicians and a further four-day programme for 25 of the clinicians to become in-house...
Becci Newton | Jul 2015 | Institute for Employment Studies
Becci Newton's further reading list from the IES HR Network event: Tapping into the Youth Labour Market'