First findings of the Skills and Employment Survey 2017
03 October 2018, 1:00 pm–3:45 pm
Results from the Skills and Employment Survey 2017 (SES2017) illuminate the current realities of changing job quality in Britain, in particular, what the data can tell us about work intensity, participation and insecurity at work.
Canada Water Theatre21 Surrey Quays RoadLondonSE16 7ARUnited Kingdom
The SES2017 is a national study of just over 3,300 working-age adults in paid employment. The survey focuses on the work that people do and how working life has changed over time. It builds on similar surveys stretching as far back as 1986. The 2017 results will therefore provide a unique picture of change over the last 30 years.
This event follows on from the initial launch event which was held on 19 July, where the research team (Alan Felstead, Duncan Gallie, Francis Green and Golo Henseke) focussed on what the survey tells us about productivity, skills trends and fairness at work.
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