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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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.

Benchmarking freedom of association: the UK’s non-compliance with international standards

Examining the extent of the UK’s non-compliance with international law and recommending legislative

Labour Law Highlights 2020

The IER’s regular team of barristers guides readers through key court decisions in the last year that may prove instructive for

IR35 and the dangers of bogus self employment

Social media and the law

The authors examine the interplay between social media and workplace

Health & safety at work after Brexit

6th May 2020 – 10:00 am - 3:30 pm
London

POSTPONED: This event, run in partnership with Liverpool University, will be discussing what Brexit will mean for Health and Safety at work in 2020.

Health & safety at work after Brexit

16th April 2020 – 10:00 am - 3:30 pm
Liverpool

POSTPONED: This event, run in partnership with Liverpool University, will be discussing what Brexit will mean for Health and Safety at work in 2020.

Brexit and Workers’ Rights

Two leading UK academics consider the possible implications of a ‘no-deal Brexit’ for UK workers’

Guide to a progressive Industrial Relations Bill

The bill is expected to draw on IER recommendations for the restoration of collective bargaining, stronger statutory rights and effective

Employment Law Update 2019 – London

4th December 2019

A report on our recent conference covering changes to employment rights in 2019.

Employment Law Update 2019 – Liverpool

21st November 2019

A report on our recent conference covering changes to employment rights in 2019.

On Track with Diversity: 2019 edition

Nadia Motraghi and Ijeoma Omambala review and analyse the current rail workforce to discover how representative it is of the population it