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15 Dec 2017
Duncan Brown reflects on debate at the CIPD annual conference 2017 with Professor Ilke Inceoglu and delegates, considering whether employee engagement does actually increase productivity in the workplace.
14 Dec 2017
Press release: New survey findings reveal a picture of the nursing workforce facing severe challenges, with increasing workforce pressures affecting patient care.
Market pay supplements: sticking plasters or longer-term solutions to recruitment and retention pressures?12 Dec 2017
Are pay supplements a long-term solution to recruitment and retention issues? Catherine Rickard reflects on recent IES research on behalf of the Office of Manpower Economics (OME).
New research: Do market pay supplements help to address recruitment and retention issues in public sector employers?5 Dec 2017
The use and effectiveness of market pay supplements and Recruitment and Retention Payments for staff including nurses, IT professionals and social workers.
1 Dec 2017
New research highlights the interplay of gender-related remuneration and representation issues, with analysis of data on executive and non-executive directors.
28 Nov 2017
IES case study identifies how FDM Group was able to almost eliminate its gender pay gap and offers employers guidance on how they can act to close their gaps.
16 Nov 2017
Senior research fellow, Adam Elston, considers recent IES research on pay gaps and developments in gender pay reporting.
15 Nov 2017
Press release: Nigel Meager, IES director, comments on November's ONS labour market statistics release.
9 Nov 2017
Emma Pollard reflects on IES research on behalf of the Higher Education Funding Council for England and how higher education providers can build inclusive learning cultures.
8 Nov 2017
IES research on behalf of the Higher Education Funding Council for England reveals the breadth and depth of support for disabled students in higher education.