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.
Developments in the youth labour market in the UK
Meager N, Les jeunes, les femmes et l’emploi en Europe, Ministère de l’emploi et de la solidarité, Paris, September 1998
Flexible working: In whose interest?
Reilly P, The Flexible Workforce, The Manpower Society, London, May 1998
Career management implications of a diverse workforce
Hirsh W, Managing Diversity, Hawksmere, London, May 1998
Educating Practitioners for Skills that Cross Boundaries-can occupational standards help ensure parity of service?
Miller L, Arter K, Fernando R, Prime N, Mitchell L, Presented at Multiprofessional Issues in Health and Social Care-Education and Workforce Planning, University of Hertfordshire, May 1998
How to set priorities for employee development
Hirsh W, HRD Week, IPD, London, April 1998
Retaining Key People
Robinson D, Barber L, IPD Recruitment Forum, IPD, London, March 1998
Steering Committee Member
Robinson D, new IPD interest group - HR Systems Forum, IPD, London, March 1998
What makes good quality work experience
Hillage J, Building on Achievement, Work Experience, NYBEP (North Yorkshire Business & Education Partnership), York, March 1998
Turning Labour Market Information into Intelligence
Hillage J, What is Working, East Anglian Training Consortium, Cambridge, February 1998
The Implications of Current Employment Trends for Careers in the New Millennium
Hillage J, EATC Regional Conference for Independent Schools, East Anglian Training Consortium and Bedfordshire Careers Centre, Cambridge, January 1998