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|xlsx (110.3 kB)||Scheduled update/revision||9 December 2022 09:30|
|xlsx (278.7 kB)||Scheduled update/revision||15 September 2022 09:30|
|xlsx (250.2 kB)||Scheduled update/revision||13 May 2022 09:30|
|xlsx (203.7 kB)||Scheduled update/revision||3 February 2022 09:30|
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Correction See correction
We have identified and corrected an error with the way employment costs were calculated for the aggregation of services industries. This has impacted the calculations of unit labour costs and average labour compensation per hour worked for the services industries aggregation from Q2 (April to June) 2020 onwards, in tables 1 to 4 and tables 11 to 14. When deducting subsidies from employment costs, the amounts to be deducted were miscalculated, due to the wrong industry aggregation being used. A similar error was found in the calculation of unit wage costs in the manufacturing industry. Manufacturing subsidies were miscalculated due to a human error, which affects the 'Manufacturing' columns in tables 10 and 20 from Quarter 2 (April to June) 2020 onwards.
|1 December 2021 09:00|