All items: Age discrimination

  • Monitoring equality and diversity in recruitment: the 2009 IRS survey

    19 October 2009

    The latest IRS survey explores the plans and procedures in place at 104 employers to maximise equality and diversity in the recruitment process. It also examines how organisations monitor equal opportunities in recruitment and captures employers' feedback on the benefits of employing a diverse workforce.

  • Equality and diversity in the workplace: 2009 IRS survey

    22 June 2009

    This research explores the resources, plans and procedures in place at 140 employers to address equality and diversity issues, and finds that two-thirds aim to put diversity and equality at the heart of what they do.

  • Employers' recruitment of young people: issues in depth

    16 May 2008

    This in-depth report focuses on employers’ recruitment of school leavers and other young people who have not been to university, based on research by IRS and a literature review. The accompanying report, "Employers' recruiment of young people: key issues" summarises the main points, particularly from a practitioner’s point of view.

  • Employers’ recruitment of young people: key issues

    12 May 2008

    This report surveys more than 130 employers to highlight the key issues in the recruitment of school leavers and other young people who have not been to university; fuller coverage of particular interest to policy-makers can be found in the accompanying in-depth report.

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Survey analysis: HR and legal information and guidance relating to age discrimination.