61 publications that are related to Employment and employee types , sorted by release date
Regional, local authority and Parliamentary constituency breakdowns of changes in UK employment, unemployment, economic inactivity and other related statistics.
Keywords: working hours, unemployment by region, benefits, employment rates, unemployment rates
Estimates of employment, unemployment and economic inactivity for the UK.
Keywords: jobs, unemployment, inactivity, activity, work, UK labour market
Estimates of the number of vacancies and jobs for the UK.
Keywords: UK labour market, industry, recruitment, NHS workers
Estimates of employment, unemployment, economic inactivity and other employment-related statistics for the UK.
Keywords: work, jobless, wages, salaries, vacancies
Estimates of growth in earnings for employees before tax and other deductions from pay.
Keywords: wages, bonuses, regular pay, pay by business sector, UK labour market
Single-month Labour Force Survey analyses that help us to understand the movements in the three-month average LFS estimates. Not designated as National Statistics.
Keywords: work, jobless, claimants, wages, salaries
Developments and revisions to the workforce jobs series, released by the ONS on 15 December 2020 in the Vacancies and jobs statistical bulletin.
Keywords: employee, revisions, labour market, employment
The economic status of households in the UK and the people living in them, where at least one person is aged 16 to 64 years. Taken from the Labour Force Survey.
Keywords: worklessness, inactivity, inactive, unemployment, unemployed
Number of employees in the UK, full-time and part-time, by sector, industry, country and English region, from the Business Register and Employment Survey (BRES).
Keywords: employees by industry, employees by region, public sector, private sector, BRES, workers, labour market
The Business Register and Employment Survey (BRES) is the official source of employee and employment estimates by detailed geography and industry. Figures are presented mainly for Sections as defined by the Standard Industiral Classification 2007, although some detail for Divisions is also included.
Keywords: industry, employment, , employees, employment, BRES