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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  • Securing a place for young people in the nation’s economic recovery

    Final recommendations from the Youth Employment Group (YEG)

    Sep 2020 | Youth Employment Group

    This paper presents the final recommendations from the Youth Employment Group, for measures to support young people through the Covid-19 crisis, improve their employment prospects and prevent mass youth unemployment.

  • Potential Impact of COVID-19 Government Policy on the Adult Social Care Workforce

    Griffin E | Sep 2020 | Institute for Employment Studies

    This report is the output of a project conducted by the Institute for Employment Studies and commissioned by the Health Foundation. Its purpose was to identify how government COVID-19 related policy may have impacted upon the adult social care workforce in England.

  • Labour Market Statistics, September 2020

    Sep 2020 | Institute for Employment Studies

    This briefing note sets out analysis of the Labour Market Statistics published this morning. The analysis covers Labour Force Survey data up to May to July 2020, and claimant count data to August 2020.

  • On Notice: Estimating the impact on redundancies of the Covid-19 crisis

    Sep 2020 | Institute for Employment Studies

    This briefing note uses newly released data from employers planning 20 or more redundancies alongside historic estimates of actual redundancies, in order to estimate the potential path of job losses this year.

  • Monthly vacancy analysis - August 2020

    Monthly vacancy analysis: Vacancy trends to week-ending 9 August 2020

    Papoutsaki D, Wilson T | Aug 2020 | Institute for Employment Studies

    This briefing describes changes in online vacancies over the month to 9 August.  The work is funded by the Joseph Rowntree Foundation and uses vacancy data collected by Adzuna (www.adzuna.co.uk), one of the largest online job search engines...

  • Labour Market Statistics, August 2020

    Aug 2020 | Institute for Employment Studies

    This briefing note sets out analysis of the Labour Market Statistics published this morning (11 August). Today’s figures largely cover the period of full lockdown (from March to June), alongside July data from employee payrolls and the vacancy survey.

  • Demonstrating the effectiveness of workplace counselling

    Reviewing the evidence for wellbeing and cost-effectiveness outcomes

    Bajorek Z, Bevan S  | Jul 2020 | Institute for Employment Studies

    The report aims to promote an understanding of what workplace counselling is, its purpose and the evidence-base underpinning its use. In addition, the report discusses the future of workplace counselling and ways that its benefits and impact can be more widely understood.

  • Moving out to move on

    Understanding the link between migration, disadvantage and social mobility

    Papoutsaki D, Buzzeo J, Gray H, Williams M, Cockett J, Akehurst G, Alexander K, Newton B, Pollard E | Jul 2020 | Institute for Employment Studies / Social Mobility Commission

    This project uses mixed methods to investigate the link between internal migration and social mobility. More specifically, it looks at who leaves deprived areas and how that varies across Great Britain.

  • Labour Market Statistics, July 2020: IES analysis

    Jul 2020 | Institute for Employment Studies

    This briefing note sets out analysis of the Labour Market Statistics published this morning (11 July). This covers claimant count data to 11 June 2020, Pay As You Earn tax data to June and Labour Force Survey data from March to May.

  • Covid-19 and the low paid: Early analysis of Labour Force Survey

    Papoutsaki D, Wilson T | Jul 2020 | Institute for Employment Studies

    This briefing note sets out early analysis of the impacts of the Covid-19 pandemic on low paid employees, drawing on detailed analysis of Labour Force Survey (LFS) responses for the month of April.