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.


  • Overview of Young, Employed and Homeless report

    Buzzeo J, Labour Party Conference, Centrepoint Fringe Event, Brighton, September 2019

  • Back to the future: Whatever happened to strategic human resource management?!

    Brown D, Emerging and future research themes in work and employment, Centre for Research on Employment and Work, London, September 2019

  • The impact of the UK National Living Wage on employment and hours, including on young people.

    Gray H, Low Pay Commission Seventh Annual Research Symposium, London, September 2019

  • Making Devolution Work for Women

    Newton B, Invite-only roundtable discussion: Making Devolution Work for Women, Fawcett Society, Birmingham, August 2019

  • Mental Health and Wellbeing at Work: The Importance of Good Work

    Bajorek Z, Health and Safety at Work: Reducing Workplace Risks and Creating Better, Safer Working Conditions, Government Events, London, July 2019

  • Change Readiness: The Opportunities and Implications

    Carter A, Webinar for the Henley Centre for Coaching, Henley Business School, [online], 9 July 2019

  • Workforce planning in an uncertain times: an approach for the public sector

    Reilly P, The Future of HR in the Public Sector, Government Events, London, July 2019

  • Obesity at work: challenging stigma and discrimination

    Bajorek Z, Obesity at work: challenging stigma and discrimination, European Association for the study of Obesity (EASO), Annecy, France, July 2019

  • Roundtable to discuss the Liquid Workforce

    Newton B, Natwest, London, July 2019

  • Gender pay gaps - how do we close them?

    Brown D, Inclusion Matters, Management Today, London, June 2019