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Collins D, Toomse-Smith M, Comanaru R, Fenton C, Gloster R, Silcock D, Dodd T | Feb 2019 | Department for Work and Pensions
What are the most appropriate and cost-effective means to get policy-relevant evidence on people’s behaviours and attitudes towards planning and preparation for later in life?
Interim ReportCapuano S, Cockett J, Gray H | Feb 2019 | Low Pay Commission
This paper describes the data and methods used for the identification and estimation of the effects of the introduction of the National Living Wage (NLW) and the upratings of the National Minimum Wage (NMW) on employment and working hours, with a special emphasis on the impact on young people.
Jan 2019 | Institute for Employment Studies
IES' annual series of reflections on contemporary employment concepts and challenges continues, with essays from our team of researchers and consultants.
Final reportBevan S, Bajorek Z | Jan 2019 | Institute for Employment Studies
How we designed and tested a tool to assess whether investing in Employee Assistance Programmes (EAPs) can deliver a return on investment by reducing sickness absence and preventing mental health problems in the workplace.
IES Perspectives on HR 2019Brown D | Jan 2019 | Institute for Employment Studies
What can employers and policymakers do to make total rewards a reality for UK employees? In this paper, IES head of HR consultancy, Duncan Brown, analyses trends in total rewards, UK workplaces and the wider economy to consider the state of play on total rewards in UK organisations.
Improving access for the most able but least likely: Evaluation of the Realising Opportunities ProgrammeWilliams M, Mellors-Bourne R | Jan 2019 | Realising Opportunities
This report presents findings from our evaluation of the Realising Opportunities (RO) programme. RO is a programme for Year 12/13 students with good academic attainment but from disadvantaged backgrounds.
Response from the Institute for Employment Studies, January 2019Jan 2019 | Institute for Employment Studies
Our response to the UK Government's consultation on the introduction of mandatory publication of ethnicity employment and pay gap information.
A comparison of A-Level and Non-A-Level students in Key Stage 5, their subject choices and transitions to universityBursnall M, Naddeo A, Speckesser S | Jan 2019 | Institute for Employment Studies
This study analyses students' choices when leaving Key Stage 4 (KS4) to Key Stage 5 (KS5) for pupils progressing to either academic A-Level or vocational 'Non-A-Level' Level 3 programmes.
Newton B, Williams J, Francis R, Gloster R, Buzzeo J, Byford M, Spiegelhalter K (IES) Esmond B (iCeGS) | Dec 2018 | Department for Education
Industry placements will be an integral part of the new T Level programmes. This report presents our evaluation of the industry placements pilots on behalf of the Department for Education.
Bevan S, Lucy D | Nov 2018 | Adecco Group
What are the options open to employers in responding to potential talent shortages as a consequence of Brexit? We investigate in this paper produced on behalf of the Adecco Group.