Publications

Publications graphicWe author and publish a range of resources to keep you up to date with the latest developments in employment, labour market and human resource policy and practice.

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  • Obesity and Work

    Challenging stigma and discrimination

    Bajorek Z, Bevan S | May 2019 | Institute for Employment Studies

    This IES research looks to enhance workplace practice surrounding obesity - a condition that many believe has reached epidemic proportion and is of global concern.

  • Mindfulness in the Military

    Mindfulness in the Military

    Improving mental fitness in the UK Armed Forces using next generation team mindfulness training

    Carter A, Tobias Mortlock J | May 2019 | Institute for Employment Studies

    The Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (Dstl) commissioned IES and Cranfield University to investigate if, and how, mindfulness could be leveraged for strategic benefits. The team examined and compared different types of mindfulness-based mental fitness training to determine effectiveness in generating improved resilience, cognitive capacity and team work.

  • Understanding Arts Council England's reputation as an employer

    Executive Summary

    May 2019 | Institute for Employment Studies

    Executive summary of work carried out on behalf of Arts Council England's to better understand their reputation as an employer.

  • Slides: Artificial intelligence: the potential impact on the work of the HR function

    Reilly, P | May 2019 | Institute for Employment Studies

    Peter Reilly's slides from IES HR workshop 'Artificial intelligence: the potential impact on the work of the HR function ', 2 May 2019, London.

  • Employment support for people with epilepsy

    Qualitative research to identify what good employment support for people with epilepsy should look like

    Francis R, Byford M, Wilson S | May 2019 | Institute for Employment Studies

    Epilepsy Action commissioned IES to conduct research exploring the factors that contribute to people with epilepsy being disadvantaged at work, and to identify what good employment support should look like.

  • Strategic Human Resource Management in Practice: Case Studies and Conclusions (Executive Summary)

    from HRM Strategy to Strategic People Management

    Brown D, Hirsh W, Reilly P | Apr 2019 | Institute for Employment Studies

    An executive summary of the latest IES research, carried out in partnership with CIPD, looking at the strategic implementation and reality of people management in four case study employers.

  • Recommendations for an economic evaluation of health coaching

    Gray, H | Apr 2019 | Institute for Employment Studies

    A new IES report addressing the evidence gap in assessing the effectiveness of health coaching in the NHS

  • Strategic Human Resource Management in Practice: Case Studies and Conclusions

    from HRM Strategy to Strategic People Management

    Brown D, Hirsh W, Reilly P | Apr 2019 | Institute for Employment Studies

    In this latest IES research, carried out in partnership with CIPD, we look at the strategic implementation and reality of people management in four case study employers.

  • Cover 518

    Progression in Employment

    IES Briefing

    Apr 2019 | Institute for Employment Studies

    This report is published by IES with the support of JPMorgan Chase Foundation under their global New Skills at Work initiative.New research demonstrates the benefits of employers in the retail, hospitality, health and social care sectors...

  • Slides: Changing together: Change tools for teams (2)

    Carter A, Edwards M | Mar 2019 | Institute for Employment Studies

    Alison Carter and Megan Edwards' slides from IES HR workshop 'Changing together: Change tools for teams', 21 March 2019, London.