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Research during a pandemic: Evaluating interventions in the early years with nursery and school disruption19 Jan 2021
Anneka Dawson details how IES has managed to continue research evaluations for nurseries and schools during the unprecedented disruption of Covid-19.
14 Jan 2021
In a guest-authored blog, Tejal Fatania considers the sources of stress which can be experienced during the Covid-19 pandemic and suggests how employers can minimise negative staff impacts.
11 Jan 2021
Zofia Bajorek highlights the issue of increased alcohol consumption during lockdown and what can employers do to help staff who are using alcohol as a coping mechanism.
14 Dec 2020
In her latest blog, Cristiana Orlando invites services and partners with a stake in youth employment to become involved in the IES Health Foundation youth employment policy project.
30 Nov 2020
Dr Zofia Bajorek details evidence of pervasive weight-based discrimination throughout the work cycle and the implications for employment outcomes.
25 Nov 2020
Tony Wilson reflects on the just-announced Spending Review, and while there is much to welcome in today's announcements, there is still much to be done to support a strong recovery.
20 Nov 2020
IES Director Tony Wilson looks ahead to next week’s Spending Review, and sets out how we can support job growth and tackle rising unemployment
3 Nov 2020
Cristiana Orlando looks at the impact of Covid-19 on youth unemployment and poor employment practices, highlighting the need for the response to have not just 'any work', but good work at its core.
27 Oct 2020
With many staff now working from home, employers are exploring new ways to monitor their workforce. Dan Lucy looks at the impact of new forms of surveillance and their potential threat to employee relations.
26 Oct 2020
Guest blogger Astrid Allen argues that whilst under 'normal circumstances' a shorter working week might bring significant societal gains, these are unlikely to be felt in the context of the present pandemic.