Research reports

Research reports offer in-depth analysis and commentary on current management and development issues, with real-life case studies to help formulate and influence strategy and practice within your organisation. Find out about our current research.

Looking for an older report no longer on the website? The full-text of all our research publications and surveys from 1999 onwards is available to CIPD members from our HR and L&D database.

 

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Creating an enabling future for carers in the workplace

Explores the growing trend of carers within the workplace and the need for employers to recognise this increase and it's impact on both the employer and employee. Produced in partnership with Westfield Health.

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    Social media and employee voice: the current landscape

     March 2013

    Reviews existing literature on the opportunities that social media opens up for employee voice. It also includes suggestions on how employees can be encouraged to express their voice through social media.

     
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    Managing employee relations in difficult times

     November 2012

    Provides a series of snapshots of employee relations in practice across all sectors and within the context of the shifting social, economic and political environment.

     
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    Is there a problem finding industrial relations specialists?

     November 2011

    This Research Insight confirms that organisations find it hard to fill vacancies for industrial relations specialists and draws attention to the challenges facing today’s ER professionals.

     
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    The changing contours of fairness

     November 2013

    Looks at the nature and incidences of (un)fairness in the workplace and maps the contours of fairness through six core fairness ‘lenses’.

     
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    Megatrends: the trends shaping work and working lives

     July 2013

    Highlights the key trends that have been shaping our economies and the world of work in order to prompt a debate among practitioners, academics and policy-makers on the implications of change and what the HR profession can do to adapt to change and help shape the future.

     
 
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