45 publications that are related to Employment and employee types , sorted by release date
As the number of young people working for themselves continues to rise, analysis reveals a gap between expectations and reality.
Keywords: self-employed, young people, entrepreneur, freelance
The employment rates of men and women with dependent children in the UK, based on data from the Labour Force Survey and Annual Population Survey.
Keywords: mothers, fathers, labour market, employment, childcare
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 regions, although some detail for local authority districts is also provided.
Keywords: region, employment, employees, BRES,
The Business Register and Employment Survey (BRES) is the official source of employee and employment estimates by detailed geography and industry.
Keywords: employees by industry, employees by region, public sector, private sector, BRES
UK employment and employee estimates by industry using figures from the Business Register and Employment Survey (BRES).
Keywords: industry, employment, , employees, employment, BRES
The characteristics of those who undertake training at work and the benefits they receive from it, in the UK.
Keywords: regression analysis, human capital, education, skills, labour market
Estimates of the probability of automation in England, including findings, and the skills and tasks at risk of automation within jobs.
Keywords: Automation, employment, jobs, tasks, skills, occupation, high risk
Potential automation of occupations may have an impact on the labour market in future. Which jobs are most at risk, and what do we know about the people who do these jobs?
Compares the latest workforce jobs (WFJ) estimates with the equivalent estimates of jobs from the Labour Force Survey (LFS).
Keywords: work, jobless, claimants, wages, salaries
Movements between employment, unemployment and inactivity in the labour market.
Keywords: employment, unemployment, inactivity, longtitudinal