47 publications that are related to Earnings and working hours , sorted by release date
Experimental monthly estimates of payrolled employees and their pay from HM Revenue and Customs’ (HMRC’s) Pay As You Earn (PAYE) Real Time Information (RTI) data. This is a joint release between HMRC and the Office for National Statistics (ONS).
Keywords: employees, RTI, PAYE, calendarisation, wages
Exploring working from home in the UK between 2011 and 2020, including the impact of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic on productivity and work success. Part of the Economic review: April 2021.
Keywords: teleworking, productivity, pay, promotion, remote working
Jobs less likely to include key workers and with less ability to work from home were more likely to be furloughed or work reduced hours in April 2020
Keywords: Coronavirus, COVID-19, Employment, earnings, furlough, pay
Changes in the costs of employing labour, analysed by sector and industry. Experimental Statistics.
Keywords: earnings, income, wages, ILCH, SIC2007
Differences in pay between women and men by age, region, full-time and part-time, and occupation.
Keywords: ASHE, earnings, women's pay, wages, income
Measures of employee earnings, using data from the Annual Survey for Hours and Earnings (ASHE).
Keywords: ASHE, region, age, sex, wages, pay
The distribution of hourly earnings of high-paid and low-paid jobs and jobs paid below the National Minimum Wage.
Keywords: ASHE, low pay, distribution, income inequalities, furlough
Earnings and employment statistics for different ethnic groups in Great Britain, using regression analysis to provide more insight into factors that affect pay.
Keywords: earnings, pay, income, ethnic group
Statistical models that explore the relationship between mean hourly earnings and a range of independent variables: Annual Survey of Hours and Earnings 2019 data.
Keywords: differences in public sector and private sector pay, pension contributions, skill level, occupational groups, salary sacrifice
Estimates of the numbers and characteristics of those who could be considered as potential “key workers” in the response to the coronavirus (COVID-19).
Keywords: health workers, social care, childcare, education, COVID 19, COVID19, corona virus