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Hampton, R | Jan 2020 | Public Health England
Dr Rob Hampton's slides from IES HR Network Annual Conference 'Work as a health outcome. Where are we? Now and the future', 16 January 2020, London
Black, C | Jan 2020 | NHSI and PHE, England
Dame Carol Black's slides from the IES HR Network Annual Conference 'Health and Wellbeing in the Workplace', 16 January 2020, London
Capuano S, Cockett J, Gray H, Papoutsaki D | Dec 2019 | Institute for Employment Studies
The purpose of this report is to estimate the impact of the introduction of the NLW in April 2016 and its successive uprating on employment and hours worked.
Employment trends, workforce projections and solicitor firm perspectivesWilliams M, Buzzeo J, Cockett J, Capuano S, Takala H | Dec 2019 | The Law Society of England and Wales
The report presents findings from a research study to undertake workforce modelling for the legal services sector over the next ten years, and interviews with legal services employers to explore their workforce and skills issues and approaches to workforce planning.
Newton B, Takala H, Byford M | Dec 2019 | Eurofound
This report on behalf of the European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions is focused on identifying labour market interventions aimed at combating labour market segmentation.
Lucy D, Bajorek Z | Dec 2019 | Institute for Employment Studies
This employer toolkit and case study collection is published by IES with the support of J.P. Morgan under their global New Skills at Work initiative. New research demonstrates the benefits of employers in the retail, hospitality, health and...
Dec 2019 | Institute for Employment Studies
A visual representation of all topics covered at the IES Progression in Employment conference.
Carter A | Nov 2019 | Institute for Employment Studies
This infographic summarises the findings from research conducted by IES into realistic job previews to recruit and retain key professionals. The infographic details best use examples, potential benefits and top tips for employers.
Williams M, Pollard E, Takala H, Houghton AM | Oct 2019 | Office for Students
Report to the Office for Students by the Institute for Employment Studies and Researching Equity, Access and Participation
The quality of work on offer to young people and how it supports the building blocks for a healthy lifePapoutsaki D, Byford M, Wilson T, Newton B | Oct 2019 | Institute for Employment Studies
New IES research highlights a job market where young people struggle for secure and rewarding work