Our Work

Charging Fees in Employment Tribunals

6 March 2012

IER's response to the Ministry of Justice Consultation Document on Charging Fees in Employment Tribunals

Our Work


Our aim is to provide a wide variety of high quality publications which we hope will stimulate debate and analysis about employment law policies and legal developments in industrial relations.The work is commissioned on a voluntary basis and reflects the views of the authors.


As well as producing booklets by individual authors, the Institute also organises collective research projects. These involve bringing together groups of experts into Working Groups to develop ideas around specific issues. The end result is usually a larger publication involving a number of different contributors.

IER Response to Law Commission's Consultation Paper

November 2010

Read the Institute’s Response to the Law Commission’s Consultation Paper on Criminal Liability in Regulatory Contexts.

IER Briefing: Health and Safety Gone Mad?

August 2010

The IER have produced a briefing responding to the ConDem Governments reviews of employment regulations.

Quality of Working Life: Promoting a Healthy Agenda

June 2008

In June 2008 the Institute held the first of a series of conferences organised in Liverpool entitled The Quality of Working Life: Promoting a Healthy Agenda.

Chris Ingram from Oasis Health provides a personal overview of the conference presentations and discussions

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