Ian is currently a Fellow of the Institute for Employment Studies and Associate of The Work Foundation. He was Interim Chief Economist at the Chartered Institute for Personal Development (CIPD) from July 2016 to May 2018. Prior to that he served in a number of senior management and research posts at The Work Foundation from 2006 onwards, including Director from 2010 to 2013 and Chief Economist from 2013 to 2016.
Ian's previous appointments include with the Trades Union Congress (1980–2006), where he was Head of the Economic and Social Affairs Department (2004–2006) and its Chief Economist (1996–2006). Prior to 1980, he worked as a researcher at the University of Kent and the Centre for Environmental Studies. He was a member of the Low Pay Commission, the body that sets the UK’s national minimum wage (NMW), from 2004–2006.
Ian has written extensively on the changing nature of work and the structure of OECD labour markets, including on the employment implications of growth of the “knowledge economy”; the impact of regulation on the quality of work; how the UK compares on skills; and on the emergence of the gig economy.
Ms. Muntz studied social & economic law in Utrecht, The Netherlands. She is currently Director Group Public Affairs at Randstad Holding. She was elected to president of the World Employment Confederation, the voice of the employment industry in May 2014 and was reelected to this position in September 2017.
Ms. Muntz has chaired the World Employment Confederation-Europe the voice of the employment industry at European level (formerly Eurociett) from 2005 to 2017. She was Secretary General of the ABU, the Dutch staffing industry association, from 1991 to 1996. Since then Ms. Muntz has worked in various legal and public affairs functions for multinational HR services provider.
Ms. Muntz interests and specialties lie in the field of labour market policies, regulation and industrial relations & contingent work. She chairs the employers delegation of the EU Sectoral social dialogue for Temporary agency work and has, in that framework, concluded several joint agreements with Uni Europe, for instance on Flexicurity and the Agency Work Directive. Ms. Muntz sits on the board of directors of CSR Europe and was a board member of SNCU, the Dutch 'Collective Labour Agreement Police' for the Dutch staffing industry until january 2016. She was a long-time member of the Dutch negotiating committee for the Collective Labour Agreement for temporary agency workers and has been involved closely in the creation of the 1999 Dutch “Flexibility and security” legislation. Ms. Muntz also chaired (on behalf of the employers) the Dutch Pension fund for temporary agency workers, STIPP, from 1999 to 2010.
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