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  • Career development in organisations to navigate changes in work and skills

    IES Perspectives on HR 2021

    Hirsh W | Mar 2021 | Institute for Employment Studies

    Wendy Hirsh examines the challenges of career development for employees and their employing organisations against the backdrop of pre-existing trends and changes, amplified by the business and employment disruption of the pandemic.

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    The UK workforce in context: challenges and opportunities

    Wilson T | Mar 2021 | Institute for Employment Studies

    Resources from the presentation: The UK workforce in context: challenges and opportunities by Tony Wilson, February 25 2021

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    Strategic Workforce Planning in Turbulent Times

    Hirsh W, Bonay P | Mar 2021 | Institute for Employment Studies

    Resources from the presentation: Strategic Workforce Planning in Turbulent Times by Philippa Bonay and Wendy Hirsh, February 25 2021

  • Labour market priorities for the 2021 Budget

    IES | Jan 2021 | Institute for Employment Studies

    This is the IES submission for the 2021 Budget which will be held on 3 March. It argues that the Budget should prioritise action in eight areas to support a jobs recovery and labour market inclusion.

  • Moving out to move on

    Understanding the link between migration, disadvantage and social mobility

    Papoutsaki D, Buzzeo J, Gray H, Williams M, Cockett J, Akehurst G, Alexander K, Newton B, Pollard E | Jul 2020 | Institute for Employment Studies / Social Mobility Commission

    This project uses mixed methods to investigate the link between internal migration and social mobility. More specifically, it looks at who leaves deprived areas and how that varies across Great Britain.

  • The impact of the minimum wage on employment and hours

    The impact of the minimum wage on employment and hours

    Interim Report

    Capuano 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.

  • Brexit: retaining talent through change

    Brexit: retaining talent through change

    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.

  • Teachers', leaders' and governors' views on the pay framework

    Teachers', leaders' and governors' views on the pay framework

    Dawson A, Hey L, Byford M, Rickard C, Lucy D, Newton B | Nov 2018 | Department for Education

    This report presents findings from IES research conducted on behalf of the Department for Education to gather teachers', leaders' and governors' views on the teacher pay framework.

  • The impact of artificial intelligence on the HR function: IES Perspectives on HR 2018

    The impact of artificial intelligence on the HR function

    IES Perspectives on HR 2018

    Reilly P | Nov 2018 | Institute for Employment Studies

    From recruitment processes and analysis of business data, to increased efficiency and the growth of a 'service now' culture, IES' Peter Reilly analyses how artificial intelligence is set to impact on the HR function.

  • Slides: Workforce planning to support business agility

    Hirsh W | Oct 2018 | Institute for Employment Studies

    Wendy Hirsh's slides from IES Annual Conference 2018: HR's role in creating organisation agility: becoming change-smart in a fast-moving world, 11 October, 2018.