Because an involved workforce makes the world of work better


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



Corporate Membership

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




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. Training programmes can also be delivered remotely using WebEx, Microsoft Teams or other platforms.




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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.


Author: Patrick Brione

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Latest News

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    Thomas Player, partner at Eversheds Sutherland specialising in employment law, provides us with an update on key legal developments over the past 12 months. In particular employers need to be aware of the potential legal minefield posed by the job retention scheme and COVID related health-and-safety claims. Read more

  • Employee Burnout

    IPA's Derek Luckhurst reflects on the recent increase in employee burnout during the pandemic. With large numbers of employees working remotely, managers need to be alert for signs of possible burnout and aware of potential solutions to combat it. Read more

  • Managing the return to workplaces

    Looking ahead, the mass return to physical workplaces poses many challenges for employers. IPA's Patrick Brione looks at what firms need to bear in mind and how they should approach this, in close consultation with their workforces. Read more

  • Psychological ownership - insights from health and social care

    Dr Aaron Gain writes about his research about the concept of psychological ownership in a health and social care setting. He argues that ‘Building Back Better’ requires us to understand ‘ownership’ at work in more complex ways and better recognise its links to authentic participation. Read more