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.
Our latest survey of the progress of pension automatic enrolment in the workplace finds that employers are going above and beyond what is legally required.
This focus report considers how some line manager behaviours and high performance working practices interact with each other, and what effect they have on employee outcomes, such as motivation, organisational commitment and job satisfaction.
A supplementary report to our 2014 Absence management survey provides fuller understanding of public sector efforts to reduce absence and the challenges they face.
A supplementary report to our 2014 Absence management survey finds that more private sector organisations are investing in developing line managers’ capability to manage absence and to identify and manage stress.
Examines the progress and impact of pension auto-enrolment in the workplace, finding that employers are going above and beyond what is legally required.
Our quarterly report provides forward-looking labour market indicators, highlighting employers’ recruitment, redundancy and pay intentions, and shows that near-term employment prospects have risen to a seven-year high.
Produced in partnership with Halogen Software, the six-monthly report tracks employee engagement ad job satisfaction, attitudes towards managers, and the extent to which employees feel under pressure at work. This edition also looks at employees' views of their career progression.
Our annual survey, produced in partnership with Simplyhealth, explores absence levels, causes and costs, as well as how organisations manage absence and promote health and well-being in the workplace.
Reports on survey findings and examines how pay awards are linked with engagement, job satisfaction and relationships with managers.
Our quarterly report provides forward-looking labour market indicators, highlighting employers’ recruitment, redundancy and pay intentions. It warns that wage growth is expected to remain weak even though output is growing strongly and the jobs market is buoyant.
Looks at SME attitudes to mature employees and an age-diverse workforce, focusing on benefits and challenges, recruitment practices and support for the extension of working lives.
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