Research and analysis

Employer Skills Survey: high performance working

Analysis of high performance working (HPW) variables in the UK Commission for Employment and Skills’ (UKCES) Employer Skills Survey 2011.

Documents

Executive summary: high performance working in the employer skills surveys

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High performance working in the employer skills surveys

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Detail

Explores variables relating to high performance working (HPW) which were included in the UKCES’ Employer Skills Survey (ESS) 2011. Looks at take-up patterns by sector, size and geography, and how HPW relates to training activity, skill deficiencies and product market strategies. Considers changes in take-up between 2007 and 2011.