Event: Productivity, Skills Trends and Fairness at Work in Britain: First Findings from the Skills and Employment Survey 2017
Productivity, Skills Trends and Fairness at Work in Britain:
First Findings from the Skills and Employment Survey 2017
Date: 1.00pm – 3.30pm, Thursday 19 July 2018
Venue: Church House, Dean’s Yard, Westminster, London SW1P 3NZ
The Skills and Employment Survey 2017 is the seventh in a series of surveys stretching back to the mid-1980s. The results will be launched on 19 July 2018 at Church House, Westminster, London.
At this event the authors – Alan Felstead, Duncan Gallie, Francis Green and Golo Henseke – will present headline findings of the survey and outline policy implications relating to three themes:
· Productivity: Almost a decade after the financial crisis productivity growth has failed to recover to its pre-recession level. This survey gives the workers’ perspective on what drives productivity and what could be done to spark its revival.
· Skills Trends: Substantial public and private investment in education and training make it essential that effective use is made of the skills produced. This survey examines the evolution of job skills, the changing nature of the post-graduate labour market and the gendered pattern of job skills over the last two decades.
· Fairness at Work: Employees’ views about how fairly their organisations treat them and their colleagues is key determinant of job-related well-being. This survey shows how fairness at work is distributed and examines some of the factors affecting these beliefs.
The event will also mark the launch of the Job Quality Quiz (www.howgoodismyjob.com).
If you require any further information, please contact Alice Johnson-Jelf at the SES2017 Conference Desk on Tel: 01275 266000.
Three more themes – effort, participation and insecurity – will be covered at a second launch to be held on 3 October 2018 at Canada Water Culture Space, 21 Surrey Quays Rd, London SE16 7AR.11th June 2018