We 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.
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IES Perspectives on HR 2017Tamkin P | Mar 2017 | Institute for Employment Studies
Penny Tamkin, editor of the IES Perspectives on HR 2017 series of essays, offers her own take on the year ahead, considering new forms of work and the rise of the Uber and gig economies.
Mar 2017 | Institute for Employment Studies
In acknowledgement of current turbulent times, the Institute has published a collection of articles addressing today’s pressing issues for organisations. Pulling together existing research and their own insights and experiences from working with organisations, the team of researchers and consultants have offered their reflections on how leaders and HR practitioners can successfully navigate the imminent challenges.
Young people in low level vocational education: characteristics, trajectories and labour market outcomesDe Coulon A, Hedges S, Nafilyan V, Speckesser S | Mar 2017 | Centre for Vocational Education Research
This report engages with the ongoing debate around young people's transitions from school to work and offers insights on the biographies and labour market outcomes of learners in low level vocational education.
Huxley C, Green M, Swift S, Pollard E | Mar 2017 | Department for Education
This report presents the findings of case studies conducted by IES on behalf of the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills in 2016, which aimed to present a picture of how accelerated degrees were currently being delivered in the UK and identify examples of good practice.
Pollard E, Hadjivassiliou K, Swift S, Green M | Mar 2017 | Department for Education
This literature review considers undergraduate accelerated degrees and aims to establish whether such degrees are an alternative and flexible mode of study.
A review of the literaturePollard E, Hadjivassiliou K, Swift S, Green M | Mar 2017 | Department for Education
This Rapid Evidence Assessment literature review, conducted by IES on behalf of the Higher Education Directorate of the Department for Business Innovation and Skills (now part of the Department for Education), considers the current thinking and research about credit transfer as a method to support flexibility of study in Higher Education (HE).
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.
Tyler E | Feb 2017 | Institute for Employment Studies
Elaine Tyler's event slides from IES HR Network workshop 'Getting value from your values', 23 February 2017.
Coleman K | Feb 2017 | Plan International
Karen Coleman's event slides from IES HR Network workshop 'Getting value from your values', 23 February 2017.
Hirsh W | Feb 2017 | Institute for Employment Studies
Wendy Hirsh's event slides from IES HR Network workshop 'Getting value from your values', 23 February 2017.