Research and analysis

Employer networks and their role in developing employees' skills

Describes and explains how collaborative networks of employers work and their effects on the development of skills in the workplace.

Documents

Understanding employer networks

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Understanding employer networks: executive summary

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Understanding employer networks: case studies

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Detail

This report develops our understanding of employer networks and their role in stimulating skills development. It explores:

  • how networks are established and organised and why
  • what determines employer engagement with a network
  • kinds of activities delivered for or by employers
  • conditions that support network activity
  • outcomes and effects on growth