- Embracing HR practice and employment policy issues. Pearson, Richard // People Management;12/21/95, Vol. 1 Issue 25, p45
Outlines the research projects currently being undertaken by the Institute for Employment Studies (IES). One of the central studies of the IES; Great interest to employees in today's flatter organisations; Person leading the research on understanding employer behaviour and policy evaluation.
- Staff slow to take up work-life options. // Personnel Today;4/30/2002, p2
Focuses on the failure of employees to take up work-life balance options in Great Britain. Report of the Institute for Employment Studies on the issue; Recognition of employers on the business benefits of the schemes; Gap between the demand of employees and take-up of the options.
- IES work survey puts positive spin on graduates' prospects. Montgomery, Angus // Design Week;1/21/2010, Vol. 25 Issue 3, p4
The article cites the survey conducted by the Institute for Employment Studies (IES), the Creative Graduates, Creative Futures survey, regarding design graduates' prospects in Great Britain.
- Firms struggle to fill posts despite graduate surplus. Welch, Jilly // People Management;01/14/99, Vol. 5 Issue 1, p13
Reports that firms are accepting recruitment shortfalls despite a college graduate surplus in the labor market in Great Britain, according to a research by the Institute for Employment Studies. Factor that will exacerbate the situation; Effect of demographic changes in the graduate pool;...
- Psychologists question 'debriefing' for traumatised employees. Yamey, Gavin // BMJ: British Medical Journal (International Edition);01/15/2000, Vol. 320 Issue 7228, p140
Reports on a research conducted by the Institute for Employment Studies in Great Britain regarding the disadvantages of debriefing, a type of counseling for employees who have experienced psychological trauma. Subjects and methods used; Findings; Recommendations.
- Should Europe be allowed to dictate working hours? // Human Resources (09648380);Dec2008, p8
The article presents the comments of several executives on whether Europe should be allowed to fix working hours of employees. Recently, The European Social Affairs Committee decided that no employee should be allowed to work more than 48 hours per week. According to Nigel Meager, Director,...
- Inexperience fuels racist bias at work. // People Management;1/20/2000, Vol. 6 Issue 2, p18
Focuses on Institute for Employment Studies' report titled `Institutional Racism: Where's the Prejudice in Organizations?' about the disciplinary procedures of companies in Great Britain. Factors which affect how managers deal with poor performance and discipline issues; Findings of a report on...
- Students valued for their softer skills. Lamb, Jon // People Management;3/16/2000, Vol. 6 Issue 6, p10
Focuses on the 2000 graduate review of the Institute for Employment Studies (IES) regarding the employability of college graduates in Great Britain. Number of graduates entering the job market in the year 2000; Employee skills valued by employers according to Richard Pearson, director of the...
- Seeking a better balance in life's account. // Management Accounting: Magazine for Chartered Management Account;Dec97, Vol. 75 Issue 11, p4
Highlights the contents of an independent survey by the Institute for Employment Studies which deals with accountants' pattern of working. Comments of Charles Jackson, author of the report, commissioned by Women in Accountancy, regarding women in accountancy; Central finding from the survey;...