IES staff are very active beyond the commissioned project work they do, with national and international speaking and chairing engagements.

See any of our researchers’ individual activities on their profile pages.


  • Unlocking employee productivity: the role of health and wellbeing

    Lucy D, EEF webinar: Unlocking employee productivity: the role of health and wellbeing, EEF, The manufacturers' organisation, [Online], June 2018

  • Continuity and change in career development across ages

    Hirsh W, Career Counselling Services alumni conference: Careers through the ages, Career Counselling Services, Windsor, June 2018

  • Trends in talent management: Building diverse talent pipelines

    Hirsh W, Advance HE Talent Management Symposium, Advance HE, London, June 2018

  • HR, technology and the future of work

    Bevan S, European HRD Circle, European HRD Circle, Berlin, Germany, June 2018

  • Improving wellbeing and resilience at work - what the evidence tells us

    Bevan S, Institution of Occupational Safety and Health: National Health and Safety Conference, Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH), Nottingham, June 2018

  • Refugees into sustainable employment: key findings from the evaluation

    Gloster R, Renaisi RISE seminar: Improving life for refugees in London: How can we collaboratively create change?, Renaisi, City Hall, London, June 2018

  • Facilitator for discussion on working carers

    Spiegelhalter K, Northamptonshire Carers conference: Carer-friendly employers, Northamptonshire Carers, Northampton, June 2018

  • Student wellbeing and what it means for recruiters

    Pollard E, Wilson S, Graduate Recruitment Network seminar on student wellbeing and what it means for recruiters, Graduate Recruitment Network, London, June 2018

  • Future of work

    Bevan S, GLC 10th HR Minds Digitalisation Conference, GLC, Vienna, Austria, June 2018

  • Trial site contamination guidance

    Gray H, Internal Department for Work and Pensions workshop, Department for Work and Pensions, Sheffield, May 2018