IRS Employment Review
IRS Employ Rev
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Since its launch in the early 1970s, IRS Employment Review has become synonymous with expertise in employment issues. Written and researched entirely by our in-house editorial team, it presents an independent analysis of developments across the whole range of employment affairs. It contains five different sections, all of which are also available individually (with the exception of IRS Employment Trends and Employee Health Bulletin). IRS Employment Trends: contains news, analysis, surveys and case studies of the employment practices of named organisations (published fortnightly). Industrial Relations Law Bulletin: provides detailed coverage of the current state of play in employment law, including reports of important cases, legislation and in-depth guidance explaining the law and practice covering particular subjects (published fortnightly). Pay and Benefits Bulletin: provides analysis of pay awards, surveys, case studies, and key negotiating statistics on which pay settlements can be based (published fortnightly). Employee Development Bulletin: is a key source of accurate information on training, development, recruitment, selection and retention (published monthly). Employee Health Bulletin: contains news, analysis, surveys and case studies in the area of employee health and well-being at work (published bi-monthly). Currently available online: a briefing on health and safety issues in call centres; a summary of the Health and Safety Executive's guidelines for local authority workplace inspectors regarding call-centre working practices. Formerly published as Industrial Relations Review and Report, IRS Employment Review presents its coverage in a mixture of news, in-depth features, surveys and case studies of practice in named organisations and easily digested statistics. A full list of feature articles published in all sections of IRS Employment Review since 1992 is available to view online in the Features index. No other single service provides such comprehensive coverage.
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