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.
Organisational responses to Brexit labour market challenges
Reilly P, The Implications of Brexit for careers, National Institute for Career Education and Counselling, London, September 2018
Bevan S, 6th Global Healthy Workplace Awards, Global Centre for Healthy Workplaces, Bergamo, Italy, September 2018
The impact of the UK National Living Wage on employment and hours, including on young people
Capuano S, Gray H, Low Pay Commission Sixth Annual Research Symposium, Low Pay Commission, London, September 2018
Workplace health and wellbeing: Where is the ROI?
Bevan S, AIA Regional Employee Benefits Conference 2018, AIA Group, Singapore, August 2018
Do older workers affect workplace performance?
Gray H, University of Sheffield Work, Pensions and Labour Economics Study Group Annual Conference, University of Sheffield, Sheffield, July 2018
Discussant on informal care economy
Wilson S, Demos roundtable on the informal care economy, Demos, London, July 2018
Psychosocial health at work
Bevan S, Institution of Occupational Safety and Health Annual Conference, Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH), Nottingham, July 2018
Williams M, Inside Government conference: Supporting disabled students throughout higher education, Inside Government, London, July 2018
Keynote session: Are you ready for change?
Carter A, Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency Annual Conference for Top 100 Leaders, Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency, Birmingham, July 2018
Recommendations for higher education institutions on supporting wellbeing and mental health among postgraduate researchers
Huxley C, London Metropolitan University Conference: Staff wellbeing in higher education: Precepts, practices and potentialities in challenging times, London Metropolitan University Conference, London, July 2018