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Carter N | Sep 2018 | Universities and Colleges Employers Association (UCEA)
Nicola Carter's slides from IES HR workshop Job/work engagement: Understanding a different aspect of engagement, 13 September, 2018.
Robinson D | Sep 2018 | Institute for Employment Studies
Dilys Robinson's slides from IES HR workshop Job/work engagement: Understanding a different aspect of engagement, 13 September, 2018
Mellors-Bourne R, Metcalfe J, Pollard E | Sep 2018 | The Royal Society
This report presents the findings from the first survey of people involved in the career pathway tracker of researchers taking part in Royal Society fellowships. IES, in partnership with researchers from the Careers Research & Advisory Centre (CRAC) and Vitae, supported the development of the tracking tool.
IES Perspectives on HR 2018Edwards M | Sep 2018 | Institute for Employment Studies
Organisations need to recognise that there are different levels of employee engagement and distinguish between job engagement and organisational engagement. In doing so, how can employers and HR then leverage this distinction to meet desired business outcomes more effectively?
IES Perspectives on HR 2018Rickard C | Aug 2018 | Institute for Employment Studies
This paper considers how organisations can build the business case for employee financial wellbeing and offers practical guidance to HR and senior leaders in this area.
Aug 2018 | Institute for Employment Studies (IES)
This report presents the findings from an IES study funded by the Money Advice Service and conducted in 2017-18. The study trialled IES and Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) employee financial wellbeing guidance in organisations and aimed to build a business case for support on employee financial wellbeing.
IES Perspectives on HR 2018Carter A, Varney S | Jul 2018 | Institute for Employment Studies
With organisations being encouraged to embrace 'agile', this IES paper considers the challenges of large-scale change, and how organisations can become both change-ready and change-capable, in order to thrive in today's fast-paced environment.
Robinson D | Jul 2018 | NHS Employers
This briefing paper, produced by IES on behalf of NHS Employers, offers guidance to HR and senior leaders in the NHS on how line managers can relate to their direct reports in an engaging, motivating manner.
Mental health training programmes and methods for line managersWilson S, Martin A, Spiegelhalter K | Jun 2018 | Rail Safety and Standards Board
This report presents the findings of research conducted by IES to consider the best way to support the rail industry to begin to train line managers in the rail industry on aspects of mental health and wellbeing.
Submission from the Institute for Employment Studies, May 2018Jun 2018 | Institute for Employment Studies
This paper contains a summary of the IES response to the government's consultation on employment status, which sought views on whether the recommendations in Matthew Taylor's review of modern working practices could achieve more clarity for employers when determining employment status.