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Orlando C, Alexander K, Winton A, Muir D, Newton B | Jan 2023 | Institute for Employment Studies
This report presents findings from the IES evaluation of the SomersetWorks Partnership College Pilot, an eight-month pilot of an innovative pre-employability programme targeted to the most vulnerable young people not in education, employment or training (NEET).
Making young people a vital part of every workforceOrlando C, Winton A, Alexander K | Jan 2023 | Institute for Employment Studies
This report looks at employers’ perspective on and experience of good quality youth employment.
Dec 2022 | Institute for Employment Studies
This briefing note sets out analysis of the Labour Market Statistics published on 13 December 2022.
Process Evaluation: Final ReportBramley G, Gloster R, Green A, Huxley C, Subosa M, Taylor A | Dec 2022 | Institute for Employment Studies
This evaluation identifies the factors that influenced employment and progression outcomes for participants of the Connecting Communities employment support programme, as well as the strengths and weaknesses of the place-based approach to employment support more broadly.
Winton A, Gloster R, Mason B, Edney C, Plowden-Roberts C, Talbot J | Dec 2022 | Phoenix Insights
The Institute for Employment Studies has partnered with Phoenix Insights to develop two in-depth reports which analyse women’s finances through the lens of the workplace.
The Commission on the Future of Employment SupportDec 2022 | Institute for Employment Studies
Slides and a webinar recording that introduces our new Commission on the Future of Employment Support.
How social housing can support skills, talent and workforce developmentAlexander K, Evans S, Wilson T | Dec 2022 | Institute for Employment Studies
This report looks at how we can raise employment and address labour market disadvantage for people living in social housing.
Cockett J, Gray H, Papoutsaki D | Nov 2022 | Department for Work and Pensions
In this report IES reviews the literature (available at the time) on methods for investigating the causal impact of policy interventions before identifying those most likely to be relevant to the DWP Employment Data Lab.
IES contributors: Edney C, Muir D, Williams M | Nov 2022 | Timewise
This report sets out how the lack of flexible jobs at the point of hire, in particular part-time opportunities, traps certain groups of people out of work or in low-pay – parents, older workers and people with disabilities.
A call to action for retail, hospitality, health and social care employersWinton A | Nov 2022 | HR Network
Abbie Winton suggests that as well as looking at pay for a solution to the current recruitment challenges, there is also a need to understand which other parts of the employment offer need to be adapted to make work more appealing to a broader potential pool of workers.