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The wider labour market impact of employment zones

Hasluck, Chris

The wider labour market impact of employment zones

by Hasluck, Chris

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Published by Great Britain, Department for Work and Pensions in Sheffield .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementChris Hasluck, Peter Elias and Anne Green.
SeriesResearch report -- W175, Research report (Department for Work and Pensions) -- W175.
ContributionsElias, Peter, 1946-, Green, Anne E., 1958-, Great Britain. Department for Work and Pensions.
The Physical Object
Pagination90p. ;
Number of Pages90
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16251022M
ISBN 101843882345
OCLC/WorldCa59268555

The report analyses important features of the global workforce, the new types of entrants to the labour market, and vulnerable individuals in the labour force, as well as the skills mismatch affecting employers in many regions of the world. Finally, the report analyses the impact of Cited by: 1. This paper considers the impact of public sector employment on local labour markets. Using English data at the Local Authority level for – we find that public sector employment has no identifiable effect on total private sector employment. However, public sector employment does affect the sectoral composition of the private by:

The impact of the labour market differences represented by the pay gap is profound. Women are twice as likely to be in receipt of social security payments, more likely to consume public services, more likely to live with poverty and more likely to be underemployed relative to their skill and qualification level. This comes in the form of a Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA), formerly known as a Labour Market Opinion (LMO). In order to receive a positive LMIA, the Canadian government employee reviewing an application must determine that the hiring of a foreign worker will have a positive or neutral effect on the Canadian labour market.

on the overall economy and the labour market. On this basis we further model the consequent personnel and material costs of the enterprises (3) and a changed pattern of demand for occupa tions and skills (4). In a further scenario the effects on the labour market of a potentially increasing demand for goods (5) are taken into Size: 1MB. A framework for understanding the link between local labour markets and service delivery was also proposed. This included the local market as a source of supply of labour for the NHS; the influence of the local labour market on the pay and conditions of staff as a way to recruit and retain staff, including those working in national labour marketsFile Size: KB.


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The wider labour market impact of Employment Zones for individual EZ areas. This analysis covered up to the first year on the programme and the main findings were: • The Employment Zone programme raised unemployment outflows from the EZ client group by a little over 1 percentage point.

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