The whole economy Index of Labour Costs per Hour (ILCH), seasonally adjusted, increased by 3.7% in Quarter 4 (Oct to Dec) 2017, compared with Quarter 4 2016 and increased by 1.0% compared with the previous quarter, Quarter 3 (July to Sept) 2017
Wage costs per hour worked increased by 3.1% in Quarter 4 2017 compared with Quarter 4 2016 and non-wage costs per hour worked increased by 6.5%
Private sector labour costs per hour increased by 4.0% in Quarter 4 2017 compared with Quarter 4 2016, while public sector labour costs per hour increased by 2.5%
Gender pay gap estimates for all, full-time and part-time employees by age, occupation, country, region, county, local authority, LEPs, parliamentary constituency, Travel To Work Area, public/private sector and industry, provided back to 1997.
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Latest figures from the Labour Force Survey (LFS) show 744,000 people are employed on a “zero-hours contract” in their main job. This represents 2.4% of all people in employment, an increase of 0.4% from the same period in 2014. People on a “zero-hours contract” are more likely to be women, in full-time education or in young or older age groups. They are likely to work 25 hours a week.