IES Perspectives on HR series
Since 2010, we have produced a series of articles each year offering the perspectives of our experts and associates on the HR year ahead. These articles cover a wide range of important HR and employer topics and are informed by our extensive research and employer consultancy work.
Historical reflections on HR and employment concepts, drawing upon IES' 50 years of expertise to offer an evidence-based means of understanding the concepts.
In acknowledgement of turbulent times, this collection addresses several pressing issues for organisations.
These articles urge organisations to consider both general and strategic HR issues.
Encourages employers to consider how more established ways of managing change can be replaced by evolving fluid approaches.
The HR meta themes of personal development, organisational efficiency, organisational values and culture, leadership, etc remain constant. The environment within which they present themselves varies.
Taking change as its overarching theme, this collection explores issues in HR and OD from a number of different angles.
The economic climate in 2012 remained challenging; organisations can become too caught up in saving money at the cost of forgetting what their purpose is.
Presents two perspectives on where HR was going in 2011 by thirteen of IES's HR researchers.
Topic leaders at IES provide insights that had emerged from consultancy and research practice across the public and private sector.