Survey reports

Survey reports provide current data and analysis on topical HR issues as well as general people management and development themes. Some surveys require non-members to register first. Find out about our current research.

Looking for an older survey 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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Preparing for the future of learning: a changing perspective for L&D leaders

Produced by Towards Maturity and sponsored by CIPD, this report presents the evidence for leaders in learning and development to reflect on changing approaches to workplace learning and consider the skills they need for the future.

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    International learning and talent development comparison survey 2011

     July 2011

    The CIPD in collaboration with SHRM and SHRM India explores the differences between learning and talent development practices in the UK, the US and India and investigates the latest trends.

     
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    Learning, talent and innovation in Asia

     September 2012

    Examines organisations' in Asia approaches to learning, talent development and innovation as well as some of the key challenges being faced and current and projected budgets for learning and development.

     
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    Employee Outlook: Focus on apprenticeships

     March 2013

    Explores parents' views of apprenticeships and the value and potential for apprenticeships to be regarded as a genuine alternative to university.

     
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    Preparing for the future of learning: a changing perspective for L&D leaders

     May 2016

    Produced by Towards Maturity and sponsored by CIPD, this report presents the evidence for leaders in learning and development to reflect on changing approaches to workplace learning and consider the skills they need for the future.

     
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    Employee Outlook: Focus on skills and careers

     March 2016

    Survey findings reveal that a third of UK employees are disappointed with their career progression, with poor quality careers advice at school and poor line management at work to blame.

     
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    Learning and development 2015

     May 2015

    Our 2015 survey provides data on the main trends and issues in learning and talent development. A new section this year explores the role and purpose of the L&D function and focuses attention on the future of L&D practice.

     
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    Learning to work 2015

     March 2015

    Survey findings which highlight a positive trend in terms of entry-level opportunities. Overall there's been an increase in the number of organisations who employ young people aged 16-24: 79% say they now do, up from 73% a year ago.

     
 
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