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. Most reports are for CIPD members only. Find out about our current research.
The issue of zero-hours contracts has been the subject of widespread political debate and generated a mass of media headlines in recent months. This report sets out the debate and explores the issues using research-based data from our Outlooks reports.
Looks at the meaning and nature of talent management and succession planning and their links to business strategy and corporate governance. Considers success factors and how to 'operationalise' initiatives.
Explores creative and innovative ways in which organisations are approaching talent management in the recession, and includes ten case studies.
Looks at the extent to which employers are integrating talent management and diversity and what we can learn from those that do.
Designed to equip senior learning, talent and development professionals with knowledge, skills and insights to ensure LTD fits with business strategy, in recession and in all phases of the business cycle.
Initial key findings from a research project which examined how organisations are identifying, developing, deploying and retaining talent. Includes an in-depth case study from Gordon Ramsey Holdings.
Provides an overview of the implications and challenges for HR professionals to support individuals within organisations as they are promoted from one level of leadership to the next.
Essays from three senior HR professionals giving their perspectives on aspects of workforce planning.
The first of six 'thought pieces' in our Talent Forward series aims to stimulate the debate about future talent strategies and identify some of the macro and micro challenges that are likely to determine our approaches.
This Research Insight looks at how career management can be used as a tool to manage change, drive capability and organisational flexibility, and contribute to performance through enhanced engagement and productivity.
A short overview of HR issues in Brazil, Russia, India and China with pointers to help HR professionals operating in these countries.
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