Labour Market Trends

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Labour Market Trends Vol 113 No 1

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Description : Labour Market Trends is a monthly guide to the state of the labour market and contains statistics and analysis of the latest trends in employment, unemployment, earnings, hours, labour disputes and training. Each issue also includes topical interest items, analytical articles, technical reports describing ONS methodologies, and news about statistics and research.


Labour Market Trends

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Labour Market Trends

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Description : Presents a monthly guide to the state of the labour market and contains statistics and analysis of the trends in employment, unemployment, earnings, hours, labour disputes and training. Each issue also includes topical interest items, analytical articles, technical reports describing ONS methodologies, and news about statistics and research.


Labour Market Trends

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Labour Market Trends

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Labour Market Trends

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Description : Presents a monthly guide to the state of the labour market and contains statistics and analysis of the trends in employment, unemployment, earnings, hours, labour disputes and training. Each issue also includes topical interest items, analytical articles, technical reports describing ONS methodologies, and news about statistics and research.


Labour Market Trends

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Women And Labour Market Dynamics

Author by : Balwant Singh Mehta
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Publisher by : Springer Nature
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Description : This book addresses women’s changing role in and contributions to the Indian labour market. It explores how feminist theories and frameworks have changed over time and gradually been supplanted by new ones. The book explores the structural shift in women’s employment from farm to non-farm jobs in services and industries, both theoretically and empirically. Further, it examines the steady rise of women in high skilled or ‘new economy’ sectors like information and communication technology, electronics and telecom; and in low skilled work such as domestic work, particularly in urban areas. It also scrutinizes how emerging sectors of the economy are experimenting with new forms of employment by changing the temporal (part-time work, flexible hours), spatial (location of work) and contractual (temporary contracts) dimensions. Beyond analysing the above-mentioned aspects, the book discusses perennial challenges such as patriarchy, socio-cultural norms and gender-based labour market inequalities across occupations as a ‘glass ceiling’ or ‘sticky floor’. One of the book’s most important contributions is inclusion of detailed labour market statistics for women, with long-term trends and patterns, as well as comparisons with other countries and regions. In closing, the book highlights women’s participation in economic and non-economic activities and related quantification issues, i.e. the invisibility of women’s work, which remains a highly contentious aspect. Given its content, the book offers a valuable asset for a broad readership including academics, NGOs, and policymakers. “The subject of low work participation rates for women has been of concern to economists, gender specialists and policy makers for decades. This book makes an important contribution in understanding the role of women in development and identifies some new policy directions that could be initiated to facilitate greater employment of women.” - Rohini Nayyar, Former Principal Adviser, Yojana Aayog, Government of India “This book is timely and extremely relevant to the academic and policy debates in India. Given the puzzle of low and declining female labour force participation, it is critical to focus on where women work, beyond a supply-side perspective. In addition, efforts are needed to better measure women’s work, which is typically underreported. In both these dimensions, this book makes an important contribution, which will be valuable for both academics and policymakers.” - Sher Verick, Employment Policy and Analysis Programme (EPAP) of the International Training Centre (ITC), International Labour Organization “This book critically examines both theoretically and empirically the dynamics of changes in women’s participation in and contribution to the fast-transforming Indian labour market. The aspects covered include the essential issue of how the new forms of employment are impacting temporal, spatial and contractual dimensions. An excellent and compulsory read for academicians and policy-makers involved in gender as well as labour economics.” - Ritu Dewan, Former President, Indian Association for Women's Studies; Former Director & Professor, Dept. of Economics, University of Mumbai “The book is a required addition to the exiting literature on women’s work and employment for its comprehensive and distinctive approach. It is a unique blend of macro and micro level perspectives and issues capturing statistics.” - Neetha N., Acting Director & Professor, Centre for Women’s Development Studies (CWDS), New Delhi


Labour Market Trends

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Labour Market Trends

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Description : This is a comprehensive guide to the latest trends in the UK labour market. Key features include a Labour Market Update which contains developments and news summaries of labour market trends for the last month, quarter or year, News and Research which consists of articles, features and research briefs from a wide range of sources and Labour Market Data which comprises statistical data covering employment and productivity, unemployment, economic activity and inactivity, earnings and unit wage costs, government employment and training measures, other labour market statistics, retail prices and economic indicators, and statistical enquiry points.


German Labour Market Trends

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The Oecd Jobs Study

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The Oecd Jobs Study

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Labour Market Trends Volume 112 No 10 October 2004

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Publisher by : The Stationery Office
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Description : This monthly guide to the state of the labour market contains statistics and analysis of the latest trends, covering issues such as employment, unemployment, economic activity and inactivity, earnings, claimant count, government employment, vacancies, hours, labour disputes and training. It gives the latest results from national surveys, plus the most significant findings from the government's labour market research programme.


Programme Of Research And Actions On The Development Of The Labour Market

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Description : Recoge: 1.Objectivs, Scope and Definitions -- 2.International Trends in Non-Wage Costs -- 3.Employment and Labour Utilisation -- 4.Labour Market Fluctuations and Non-Wage Labour Costs -- 5.Private and Statutory Wage Supplements -- 6.Industrial Characteristics -- 7.Conclusions.


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The Oecd Jobs Study

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The Oecd Jobs Study

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Labour Market Trends Since The Advent Of Democracy With A Specific Focus On Gender Issues

Author by : Sayed Obonye Timuno
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Description : The transition of South Africa's political system from an apartheid administration to a democratic rule in 1994 resulted in the end of years of international sanctions imposed on the country. This move placed the country back on the global trading market. In addition, improvements in living conditions, education attainment, and labour market outcomes of societal groups who were previously disadvantaged by the apartheid administration were expected. Looking at the labour market in greater detail, government devised policies aimed at addressing, amongst others, the racial and gender inequalities in job access and remuneration as well as improving the employment conditions. Despite these attempts, women have been known to be subjected to different kinds of discrimination. As a result, they have been segregated, and in most case were over-represented in low income, less secure employment as well as over-represented in the unemployed pool of the labour force. Numerous South African studies in the past only derived the "trends" labour market activities by gender since the transition by comparing the 1995 October Household Survey (OHS) with the latest available Labour Force Survey (LFS), without taking into consideration the comparability issues of the datasets. Hence, this thesis uses all the South African labour survey data in 1995-2009 to investigate the trends in the performance of each gender in the labour market since the transition, specifically looking at the following: labour force participation likelihood, employment likelihood, remuneration and working conditions of the employed, characteristics of the unemployed, as well as whether gender discrimination in the labour market (with specific focus on employment probability gap and wage gap) still exists since the advent of democracy.


The Oecd Jobs Study

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Population Labour Force And Employment

Author by : Ghazi Mumtaz Farooq
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Publisher by : International Labour Organisation
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Description : This monograph is intended as an aid to those concerned with the integration of population and related factors in development planning. After an overview of global trends it examines the causes of rapid labour force growth and the determinants of low labour absorption. This is followed by a discussion of the policy changes required for meeting the employment challenge.


Economic And Labour Market Review Vol 1

Author by : Office for National Statistics
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Publisher by : Palgrave MacMillan
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Description : Launched in January 2007, ELMR draws together the expert research and analysis and range of content found in Economic Trends and Labour Market Trends to build an up-to-date, comprehensive and unique statistical picture of the UK economy and labour market.


Elusive Employment

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