The employment, welfare and skills practice at Ipsos MORI is one of the largest in our Social Research Institute.
Our clients include central government departments such as DWP, HMRC, DfE, DCMS and BEIS and non-departmental government bodies such as Money and Pensions Service and the Social Mobility Commission. Our work is diverse, encompassing research and evaluation on key government policies such as the Universal Credit, pensions and auto-enrolment, the apprenticeship levy, and the Industrial Strategy.
Our research encompasses:
- The skills agenda – including through our work for DCMS understanding the UK cyber security skills labour market
- Welfare – research to inform the roll-out and development of Universal Credit
- Individual and businesses experiences of the tax system
- Pensions – including businesses and individuals’ experiences of Automatic Enrolment and the experiences of self-employed people when saving in to a pension