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.


  • Pay Systems and Performance

    Cox A, Seminar, West Midlands Engineering Employers' Association, February 1999

  • Employability in the modern labour market

    Hillage J, Careers Conference, CfBT Bedfordshire Careers, Luton Careers Centre, February 1999

  • Succession Management: ensuring the supply of future leaders

    Hirsh W, Management Center Turkey Conference, Management Center Turkey, Istanbul, February 1999

  • The development of health promotion competence in nurses and occupational therapists

    Miller L, Invited talk to the UK Forum for Organisational Health, Reuters, London, February 1999

  • Panel Speaker

    Reilly P, Temporary Workers in the European Labour Market, Manpower/TGWU conference, Access Conferences International, London, January 1999

  • Excellence in Research on Schools

    Hillage J, Research Synthesis to inform public policy, School of Public Policy, London, January 1999

  • Future of Educational Research - the way forward

    Hillage J, Future of Educational Research - the way forward, University of Birmingham, University of Birmingham, January 1999

  • Planning for Succession

    Hirsh W, Personnel Directors’ Forum, Oxford Institute for Employee Relations, Templeton College, Oxford, January 1999

  • Supporting Performance? The Role of Variable Pay Systems in SMEs in the Engineering Sector

    Cox A, HRM Study Group Conference, Researching HRM: Where Are We Going?, British Universities Industrial Relations Association, Cardiff Business School, January 1999

  • From salary workers to entrepreneurial workers?

    Meager N, Transitional Labour Markets, WZB, Berlin, January 1999