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.


  • Labour Market Policies Against Long-term Unemployment

    Meager N, Unemployment, Policy and Local Strategies, Institute for Employment Research, University of Warwick, October 1996

  • Changing Work Patterns

    Hillage J, The Changing Nature of Work - Implications for Future Citizens in Education Work, CRAC, Girton College, Cambs., September 1996

  • The Role of Job Evaluation Today

    Hillage J, Flexible Grading Systems, IRST, Royal Lancaster Hotel, London, September 1996

  • Making New Career Deals Work

    Hirsh W, Rolls-Royce, Derby, R-R Derby, September 1996

  • Learning Strategies

    Hirsh W, Strategic Personnel Programme, Sundridge Park, September 1996

  • Pros and Cons of Competences

    Hirsh W, Training Solutions Conference, Birmingham, July 1996

  • The Career Development Challenge

    Hirsh W, Civil Service Human Resource Conference, London, July 1996

  • (Chairperson)

    Hirsh W, Innovative Approach to Managing Careers, CRAC/IES conference, London, June 1996

  • British Labour Market Policies for Long-Term Unemployed

    Meager N, Long-Term Unemployment: a European Problem, Landesakademie fur Struktur und Arbeit, Genshagen, Germany, June 1996

  • Changing Work Patterns: the Implications for Careers Education and Guidance

    Hillage J, Hirsh W, Schools and Careers Services: The Changing Nature of Careers Education and Guidance, NICEC/CRAC, Stoke Rochford Hall, Lincs, May 1996