Methodology related to employment and employee types

  • Standard occupational classification (SOC 2000) and NS-SEC on the labour force survey

    Methodology | Released on 5 February 2016

    The first time use of Standard Industrial Classification (SOC) 2000 and NS-SEC in the Labour Force Survey (LFS).

    Keywords: Labour force survey, LFS, standard occupational classification, SOC, jobs, employment, job classifications, types of jobs

  • Labour Force Survey quality measures

    Methodology | Released on 4 February 2016

  • Labour Market articles and reports

    Methodology | Released on 4 February 2016

    Various articles and reports about topics of interest affecting Labour Market Statistics.

    Keywords: labour market, LFS, Labour force survey, AWE, average weekly earnings, articles, employment, unemployment, jobs

  • Business Register and Employment Survey (BRES)

    Methodology | Released on 4 February 2016

    The Business Register and Employment Survey (BRES) is the official source of employee and employment estimates by detailed geography and industry.

    Keywords: hours, earnings, pay, labour market, surveys, Business Register and Employment Survey, BRES, industries, occupations

  • Revisions to Workforce Jobs, December 2015

    Methodology | Released on 17 December 2015

    This article explains the improvements and revisions to the workforce jobs (WFJ) series (since December 2014), in the Labour Market statistical bulletin. A variety of outputs by industry, region, gender and full/part time status are created for a range of publications and users.

    Keywords: labour market, LFS, Labour force survey, AWE, average weekly earnings, articles, employment, unemployment, jobs

  • Impact of 2014 mid-year estimates of population on current Labour Force Survey aggregates

    Methodology | Released on 13 July 2015

    The aim of this assessment is to provide an indication of the likely impact the 2014 mid-year estimates will have on the headline Labour Force Survey (LFS) aggregates when the LFS microdata is reweighted to these population estimates in early 2016.

    Keywords: labour market, LFS, Labour force survey, AWE, average weekly earnings, articles, employment, unemployment, jobs

  • Labour Force Survey (LFS) QMI

    Methodology | Released on 13 January 2015

  • Business Register Employment Survey (BRES) QMI

    Methodology | Released on 28 November 2014

    The Business Register and Employment Survey (BRES) is the official source of employee and employment estimates by detailed geography and industry.

    Keywords: earnings, pay, industries, occupations, employment, employee

  • Workforce Jobs QMI

    Methodology | Released on 5 March 2013

  • Vacancy Survey QMI

    Methodology | Released on 6 November 2012