Library

A full library of over two decades worth of IER briefings, consultation responses, seminar papers and publications.

The contents of our library can be searched and filtered below. It includes free resources such as briefings, consultation responses, seminar papers and some full publications. For some publications we ask for a small contribution, which is significantly subsidised for trade union members.

Recent publications can be purchased in both hard copy and electronic formats. Older, out-of-print publications can be purchased at low cost electronically.

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Using the library

Most of our resources are completely free! Where a resource requires a purchase, your electronic download will automatically appear in your personal library.

Publications that are already in your personal library will appear in pink below, those which you have not already purchased will appear in grey.

Algorithmic Management and a New Generation of Rights at Work

The authors make the case for why regulation of management by AI should be regulated, in order to protect workers'

Migration and work in post-Brexit UK

The authors make the case for a regulatory regime that respects the humanity and contribution of all

Working for Climate Justice: trade unions in the front line against climate change

Our report demonstrates how vital it is for trade unions to develop a collective bargaining approach to climate change and environmental

Employment law update November 2023 (Liverpool)

16th November 2023 – 9:30 am - 3:00 pm
Liverpool

Our highly popular annual update on statute, case law and employment rights

Case Law Update London 15/02/2024

Purchase your tickets for the London Case Law Update on the 15th February

Case Law Update Manchester 29/02/2024

Purchase your tickets for the Manchester Case Law Update on the 29th February

Employment law update Liverpool 16/11/2023

Purchase your tickets for the Liverpool Employment Law Update on the 16th November