UK Commission's employer skills survey 2013: technical report

UK Commission's employer skills survey 2013: technical report
Document type
Report
Publisher
UKCES
Date of publication
1 January 2014
Series
Evidence reports. No 82
Subject(s)
People management: all aspects of managing people
Collection
Business and management
Material type
Reports

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This report marks the second occasion that Labour Market Intelligence (LMI) on employer skills needs has been collected on a pan-UK basis, allowing for both UK-wide analysis and analysis within and between the four nations.

This survey is inward-looking and takes a measure of the current skills position and skills needs of the employer.

The 2013 Employer Skills Survey had two facets:

  • Core survey: the main skills survey, covering business strategy, recruitment, skills gaps, upskilling and high performance working;
  • Investment in Training follow-up survey: covering the investment establishments make in training their staff;

In line with previous Skills Surveys in each of the four home nations, Experian’s Business Database was used as the core sample source.

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