58 Articles that are related to Employment and employee types , sorted by release date
Feasibility research into admin-based labour market status for England and Wales: tax year ending 2016 (Latest release)Feasibility research into producing a measure of admin-based labour market status (ABLMS) using administrative data for the tax year ending 2016.
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, labour market, Labour Force Survey
An analysis of HGV driver employment statistics and the recent trends and impacts of a shortage of hauliers.
Keywords: HGV drivers, Lorry drivers, Shortages
Characteristics of those who have been furloughed in the UK and how the furlough scheme has affected labour market outcomes and skills.
Keywords: Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme, jobs, skills, labour market flows
With the number of UK job vacancies at a record high, some industries are reporting difficulties in recruiting new staff. A lack of EU applicants is contributing to recruitment challenges, particularly in transport and storage.
Keywords: hospitality, transport, vacancies, recruitment, employment, jobs
Indicative estimates of the LFS reweighting methodology on key indicators for January to March 2020 to October to December 2020.
Keywords: LFS, reweighting, employment, unemployment, economic inactivity
Indicative estimates of the Labour Force Survey (LFS) reweighting methodology on key indicators by UK country for January to March 2020 to October to December 2020.
Keywords: LFS, reweighting, employment, unemployment, economic activity
Business and individual attitudes towards the future of homeworking, UK: April to May 2021 (Latest release)Analysis of the effects of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic on office working and of business and individual attitudes to future working practices.
Keywords: office, homeworking, working from home
Coronavirus and changing young people’s labour market outcomes in the UK: March 2021 (Latest release)Analysis of labour market outcomes for young people (aged 16 to 24 years) and how they were impacted by the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Quarterly Labour Market Economic Analysis.
Keywords: employment, unemployment, under 24, zero-hours contracts
Experimental analysis of the impact of the coronavirus on population in labour market statistics
Keywords: UK-born, nationality, workforce, population