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Optimising the talents of diverse thinkersHey Z, Iceton L, Callen A, Gray H, Goldman A | Feb 2019 | Institute for Employment Studies, River & Mercantile Group, Auticon
Ian Iceton, Amanda Callen, Helen Gray, Adam Goldman and Liz Hey's slides from IES HR workshop 'Capitalising on neurodiverse talent', 7 February 2019.
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.
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.
IES Perspectives on HR 2018Reilly 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.
Gloster R, Edwards M, Spiegelhalter K, Newton B, Hirsh W | Sep 2018 | Centre for Ageing Better
This report produced by IES on behalf of the Centre for Ageing Better and the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation explores what large employers are doing to support employees in their mid-life through to retirement.
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.
Barristers' attitudes towards their working livesMay 2018 | The Bar Council
This report presents the findings of a survey conducted by IES in partnership with Employment Research Ltd on behalf of The Bar Council.
Hirsh W | May 2018 | Institute for Employment Studies
Wendy Hirsh's presentation slides from IES HR workshop 'Getting the most from performance and development conversations', 17 May 2018.
Kleboe J, Edwards M | May 2018 | Surrey and Sussex Police and Institute for Employment Studies
Megan Edwards and Jo Kleboe's presentation slides from IES HR workshop 'Getting the most from performance and development conversations', 17 May 2018.
Hirsh W, Tyler E | Feb 2018 | Institute for Employment Studies
Wendy Hirsh and Elaine Tyler's slides from IES HR workshop 'Talent management: strategies, practices and challenges', 15 February 2018, London.