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A report for the Health Foundation’s Young People Future Health InquiryOrlando C | Jun 2023 | Institute for Employment Studies
This report aims to shed light on the experience of young people in work when it comes to mental health, to understand what challenges young workers might be facing and what action is needed, by policy, employers, and wider support networks, to address these.
(Formerly the Maternity and Paternity Rights Survey series)BMG Research with contribution from IES (Gloster R) | Jun 2023
This report brings together the key findings from the 2019 Parental Rights Survey (formerly the Maternity and Paternity Rights Survey series).
Why good evidence, good work and good management mattersBajorek Z | Jun 2023 | Institute for Employment Studies
Slides from Zofia Bajorek's presentation at the Public Policy Exchange conference, Mental Health in the Workplace: Providing Comprehensive Support and Improving Employee Wellbeing and Retention
Research reportNancarrow A, Williams J, Garner O, Cook J | Jun 2023 | Institute for Employment Studies
As a part of the work to improve the skills system being conducted by the Institute for Apprenticeships and Technical Education (IfATE), this report presents findings from externally commissioned research with employers as part of IfATE’s Big Conversation.
Jun 2023 | Institute for Employment Studies
This briefing note sets out analysis of the Labour Market Statistics published on 13 June 2023.
What’s working, what needs to change?Jun 2023 | Institute for Employment Studies
A webinar recording and slides from the Commission on the Future of Employment Support online workshop.
Exploring the potential for a broader approach to flexible workingAllen A | Jun 2023 | Institute for Employment Studies
Ahead of her HR Network presentation, Astrid Allen considers the substantial challenge in enabling the benefits of flexible working to reach those who often need it most.
A Work Coach-focused interim report from the research project ‘Cross-Cutting Evaluation of Plan for Jobs’Buzzeo J, Campbell B, Newton B | May 2023 | Department for Work and Pensions
In 2022, IES and Ipsos were asked by the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) to produce a report in response to a series of recommendations made by the Public Accounts Committee.
Impact evaluationEdwards M, Campbell B, Mason B | May 2023 | Institute for Employment Studies
IES conducted an independent impact evaluation of the Leadership for Personalised Care (LPC) suite of programmes. The LPC offers a range of programmes that deliver learning and development on the key elements of personalised care, and how this can be introduced into individuals’, organisations’ and systems’ practice.
Dawson A, Williams C, Newton B, Garner L, Talbot J, Bowyer-Crane C (NIESR), Boshoff J (NIESR) | May 2023 | What Works for Children's Social Care?
Children in care have reportedly poorer educational outcomes than their peers who are not in care. As such, it is vital that interventions are identified that can help to close this attainment gap.