Conferences

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.

 


  • Employability and Labour Market Disadvantage

    Meager N, Employability, Industry Parliament Trust, St Andrews, April 1996

  • Gender issues in assessment

    Miller L, Research Seminar presented to Gender and Technology Group, Open University, April 1996

  • Developments in the Provision of Work Experience: a National Perspective

    Hillage J, Croydon Education Business Partnership conference, Croydon Education Business Partnership, Bromley Education Development Centre, March 1996

  • Approaches to Measuring the Personnel Function

    Hirsh W, Performance Measurement for Human Resources, International Quality and Productivity Centre, Swallow International Hotel, London, March 1996

  • Employers’ Perspectives on Education Business Links

    Hillage J, Education Business Links in a Climate of Change, South West Education Industry Group, Langshire Cliff Hotel, Dawlish Warren, Devon, February 1996

  • The Role of Job Evaluation Today

    Hillage J, Flexible Grading Systems, IRST, RAC Club, London, February 1996

  • The Changing Career Development Environment

    Hirsh W, Career Planning and Human Resource Development in the Horizontal Organisation, EuroForum, London, February 1996

  • Employers’ Views of Education Business Links

    Hillage J, BABSIP Winter Conference, British Association for Business Studies Industrial Placements, J Sainsbury Management Centre, Ware, January 1996

  • Member of a Discussion Panel on Strategic development of TECs - How to Best Fulfil TEC Mission Objectives

    Meager N, Strategic TEC Development, AIC Conferences, London, January 1996

  • Will accreditation of work-based learning facilitate parity of treatment and improve pay and development prospects for women?

    Miller L, Presented at 'Trade Unions, Universities and Work-Based Learning: meeting the challenges of employees' life-long learning, Middlesex University Conference, QEII Centre, London, 1996