Because an involved workforce makes the world of work better

Campaign

The IPA aims to raise awareness and good practice of employee voice and engagement

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Corporate Membership

Corporate membership provides organisations with a range of cost-effective services from IPA's professional team.

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Author: Amin Zaman

Training

The IPA offers a range of training and consultancy services for managers and employee representatives, to improve engagement, productivity and set up effective employee voice structures.

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Research

Download the IPA's research publications, keep up to date with our research or become a research partner.

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Author: Amin Zaman

Making the case for engagement

IPA can help you build the case for engagement inside your organisation, with our assembled evidence and a personal speech from our Director to your senior leadership team or to your assembled managers.

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Author: Patrick Brione

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Latest News

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    Increasing attention is being given to better management as part of the solution to Britain’s productivity puzzle, but there still remains a danger of insufficient attention being paid to the human factor. To address this, Professor Stephen Wood in this article discusses the launch of his new IPA Report on the concept of high-involvement design - an approach that combines role-involvement with more strategic organisational-involvement at the heart of Human Resource Management (HRM). Read more

  • How trade unions need to adapt to a changing workforce

    Kate Dearden of the union Community outlines the big changes that are happening to the workforce in the UK with the growth of self-employment at the gig economy. These shifts pose a major challenge to traditional trade union models of workforce representation, but ultimately, workers in these new sectors still need collective support as much as ever. As she lays out, trade unions will need to adapt themselves to these new practices in order to continue to fulfil their purpose in the years ahead Read more

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