Research and analysis

Employer Perspectives Survey 2012

Findings from the UK Commission for Employment and Skills' (UKCES) Employer Perspectives Survey 2012.

Documents

Executive summary: UK Commission's employer perspectives survey 2012

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UK Commission's employer perspectives survey 2012

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UK Commission's employer perspectives survey 2012: technical report

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UKCES Employer Perspectives Survey 2012: UK data

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Detail

Sets out findings from the UKCES Employer Perspectives Survey 2012 (UKCEPS 2012) of 15,000 employers. Provides a UK-wide picture of how employers are meeting their skills needs, looking both at their engagement with skills and employment services and their broader approaches to people development. Covers: approaches to recruitment; awareness and use of skills support services/initiatives; engagement with external training providers; use of vocational qualifications and apprenticeships; use of work placements; and the recruitment of young people.

To view the UKCEPS 2012 England and local data, please visit the Employer Perspectives Survey 2012: local data page