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14 Jan 2019
Our response to the government's consultation on ethnicity pay reporting. Unless key differences with gender pay issues are recognised, there is a ‘significant risk’ that reporting ethnicity pay levels could be ‘counterproductive’.
11 Jan 2019
Tony Wilson, director of the Institute for Employment Studies (IES), responds to Amber Rudd’s speech on universal credit, 11 January 2019.
10 Jan 2019
Becci Newton reflects on IES analysis of data relating to gender and ethnicity in apprenticeships, and how pay gaps exist even from this early stage of labour market entry.
9 Jan 2019
The latest pause to Universal Credit may not be all it seems – but could it create the opportunity that we need to fix it? Tony Wilson, Institute Director, reports in his latest blog.
7 Jan 2019
Stephen Bevan, IES Director of Employer Research and Consultancy looks at the new NHS 10-year plan and sets out the key workforce strategy issues which will also need to be addressed.
21 Dec 2018
Our analysis of Brighton and Hove's labour market and employment trends in the 50 years since IES' foundation. Matthew Williams and Tony Wilson delve into the available datasets.
17 Dec 2018
Our Director, Tony Wilson, responds to the government's Good Work Plan, announced by Business Secretary, Greg Clark.
13 Dec 2018
What developments have we seen in workforce planning since IES' foundation in the 1960s? Wendy Hirsh considers the need to ensure that workforce planning is re-positioned as a central part of effective people management.
11 Dec 2018
Tony Wilson, IES Director, comments on the December 2018 release of labour market statistics from the Office for National Statistics.
6 Dec 2018
With the publication of IES' evaluation of the Industry Placements Pilot, which has been testing the work placements integral to the government's new T Level programmes, we discuss the evaluation's findings and implications for T Levels going forward.