We 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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Mar 2018 | Institute for Employment Studies
This infographic presents the key findings from the IES-led evaluation of the NHS Innovation Accelerator.
Final reportCox A, Spiegelhalter K, Marangozov R, Hanlon J, Hex N, Gabbay M | Mar 2018 | Institute for Employment Studies
IES evaluation report of the NHS Innovation Accelerator (NIA). The NIA aims to improve take-up of innovations in the NHS. The report offers insights on the key conditions for success in scaling healthcare innovations.
Reilly P, Hirsh W, Robinson D, Martin A | Mar 2018 | Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD)
This report, authored by IES on behalf of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD), offers guidance on the workforce planning implications of the UK leaving the European Union.
Bevan S | Feb 2018 | Public Policy Institute for Wales
This report analyses how economic inactivity, which remains high in Wales despite currently low unemployment levels, can be addressed. The report explores how employers, health services and employment services in Wales can work together more effectively to produce better health and work outcomes.
Hirsh W, Tyler E | Feb 2018 | Institute for Employment Studies
Wendy Hirsh and Elaine Tyler's slides from IES HR workshop 'Talent management: strategies, practices and challenges', 15 February 2018, London.
What are the lessons from pay and reward approaches and trends in the UK?Brown D | Feb 2018 | Institute for Employment Studies
With many UK workers experiencing real wage cuts and in a rapidly tightening labour market, this research paper, authored by IES' head of HR consultancy, Duncan Brown, analyses trends in UK pay and rewards over the past thirty years.
Broughton A, Gloster R, Marvell R, Green M, Langley J, Martin A | Feb 2018 | Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy (BEIS)
This report authored by IES presents the findings from qualitative analysis of individuals working in the gig economy. The report's findings highlight the diversity of the gig economy, both in terms of the individuals undertaking this kind of work and the work that they are doing.
Wilson S, Marvell R, Gonzalez-Carreras F | Jan 2018 | Social Care Institute for Excellence (SCIE)
This document presents a technical annex to the IES evaluation of the Carers in Employment (CiE) project. It contains methodological details of interviews conducted as part of the IES evaluation and tabular summaries of monitoring data collected at interim and final stages of the evaluation.
Wilson S, Marvell R, Cox A, Teeman D | Jan 2018 | Social Care Institute for Excellence (SCIE)
This report presents the findings from the IES evaluation of the government-funded Carers in Employment (CiE) project which operated from 2015 to 2017. The project aimed to examine 'what works' in supporting carers to remain in or return to employment.
Bevan S | Jan 2018 | Institute for Employment Studies
Stephen Bevan's slides from IES HR Workshop 'Good work and mental wellbeing: creating the healthy workplace', London, January 2018.