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UKCES’s Employer Skills Survey 2015 now underway

13/05/2015
by Jodie Crossley
Language: EN

The UK Commission’s Employer Skills Survey (UKCESS) is the largest of its kind in the world. It gives a comprehensive and robust picture of skills needs and training investment in UK business. Topics covered in the survey include training and staff development, vacancies and skills shortages, employee skill gaps and the recruitment of education leavers.

The survey, which is based on over 90,000 telephone interviews with UK employers, is vital to the work of UKCES and their partners both within national and local government.

Research for the survey is being carried out until July 2015 by IFF Research, BMG Research and Ipsos MORI on behalf of UKCES and its partners:

The success of the survey is dependent on the willingness of employers to take part. If selected, employers can choose a time that suits them to be interviewed. If you are a participant you can find more information here .

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