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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  • 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.

  • Weekly vacancy analysis: Vacancy trends in week-ending 5 July 2020

    Papoutsaki D, Williams M | Jul 2020 | Institute for Employment Studies

    This is the thirteenth and last weekly briefing looking at changes in vacancies since the Covid-19 crisis began. This briefing covers vacancies up to Sunday 5 July 2020. The briefing sets out analysis of new vacancies, overall vacancy levels, and vacancies by area, job type and salary band.

  • Support for Industry Placements

    Provider and employer views on new placement models and approaches

    Takala H, Williams J, Alexander K, Wnek B, Newton B | Jul 2020 | Department for Education

    In October 2019, the Department for Education (DfE) commissioned the Institute for Employment (IES) to conduct further research on Capacity and Delivery Fund (CDF) to explore providers’ and employers’ views on updates to the T Level industry placement models policy.

  • Process Evaluation of Support for T Level Industry Placements

    Research Report

    Williams J, Newton B, Takala H, Gloster R, Alexander K | Jul 2020 | Department for Education

    This report brings together the findings from across two phases of evaluation. The first phase focused primarily on the provider experience with a sample of providers taking part in CDF year 1. In the second phase there was a dual focus on employers and providers as well as an analysis of monitoring information and delivery of a provider survey.

  • Weekly vacancy analysis: Vacancy trends in week-ending 28 June 2020

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

    This weekly briefing sets out analysis of online vacancies as at Sunday 28 June 2020. The work is funded by the Joseph Rowntree Foundation and uses vacancy data collected by the job search engine Adzuna. The briefing sets out analysis of new vacancies, overall vacancy levels, and vacancies by area, job type and salary band. This week’s briefing also includes analysis of changes in vacancy levels by Local Enterprise Partnerships (LEPs).

  • No time to lose: Getting people into work quickly

    Jun 2020 | Institute for Employment Studies et al

    This report has been co-authored by eleven organisations/ individuals including IES, and sets out proposals for providing immediate ‘Into Work’ support for the newly unemployed and those at risk of redundancy as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic.

  • Weekly vacancy analysis: Vacancy trends in week-ending 21 June 2020

    Papoutsaki D, Williams M, Wilson T | Jun 2020 | Institute for Employment Studies

    This is the eleventh in a series of weekly briefings exploring changes in vacancies since the Covid-19 crisis began. The work is funded by the Joseph Rowntree Foundation and uses vacancy data collected by Adzuna – one of the largest online job search engines in the UK. This briefing covers vacancies up to Sunday 21 June 2020. The briefing sets out analysis of new vacancies, overall vacancy levels, and vacancies by area, job type and salary band.