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Felstead, Alan; Gallie, Duncan; Green, Francis; Zhou, Ying (2007)
Publisher: ESRC Centre on Skills, Knowledge and Organisational Performance
Languages: English
Types: Book
Subjects: LC5201, H1, HD, DA
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    • 3.3 Generic Skills 3.3.1 Measurement of Generic Skills Factor Analysis Skills Indices 3.3.2 Findings on the Distribution of Generic Skills
    • 3.4 Generic Management Skills
    • 3.5 The Links Between Broad and Generic Skills
    • 3.6 Foreign Language Skills
    • 3.7 Summary of Main Findings
    • Tables for Chapter 3
    • 4.1 Introduction
    • 4.2 Broad Skills Trends, 1986-2006
    • 4.3 Trends in Qualifications Held and Required, 1986-2006 4.3.1 Qualifications Required and Supplied: Aggregate Imbalances 4.3.2 Workers Who are ''Over-Qualified'' or ''Under-Qualified'' 4.3.3 Credentialism 4.3.4 Qualifications 'Used'
    • 4.4 Changes in Generic Skills, 1997-2006
    • 4.5 Changes in Particular Skills, 1997-2006
    • 4.6 Changes in Factors Needed to Get Jobs and Sources of Learning,
    • 4.7 Summary of Main Findings
    • Tables for Chapter 4
    • 5.1 Introduction
    • 8.3 Choice and Opportunity in Training Participation
    • 8.4 The Costs and Benefits of Training
    • 8.5 Future Perspectives
    • 8.6 Summary of Main Findings
    • Tables for Chapter 8
    • 9.1 Introduction
    • 9.2 Themes and Further Research 9.2.1 Upskilling and the Sources of Learning 9.2.2 Aspects of Improvement 9.2.3 Further Planned Research
    • A1 Sample Design
    • A2 Data Collection and Fieldwork Management A2.1 Interviewer Briefings A2.2 Dates of Fieldwork A2.3 Re-issued Addresses A2.4 Household Letter and Leaflet A2.5 Selected Respondent Letter A2.6 Refusal Conversion Letter A2.7 Introducing the Survey and Incentives A2.8 Self-completion Questionnaires A2.9 Length of Interview A2.10 Supervision and Quality Control
    • Equipment in Their Job by Region, 2006
    • to Job, 1997- 2006
    • Equipment 'Essential' in Their Job by Occupation, 1997-2006
    • Equipment 'Essential' in Their Job by Industry, 1997-2006
    • Equipment 'Essential' in Their Job by Region, 2006
    • Last Five/Four/Three Years, 2006
    • Occupation, 1997-2006
    • Industry, 1997-2006
    • Importance of Use of the Internet in the Job, 2001-2006
    • Type of Use of the Internet, 2001-2006
    • Important' in Their Job by Occupation, 2001-2006
    • Important' in Their Job by Industry, 2001-2006
    • Employee Task Discretion, 1992-2006
    • Influence Over Employee Task Characteristics by Gender, 1992-2006
    • Contract Status among Women, 1992-2006
    • Employee Task Discretion Index by Occupation, 1992-2006
    • Employee Task Discretion Index by Industry, 1992-2006
    • Closeness of Supervisory Control, 1986-2006
    • Forms of Control over Work Effort, 1986-2006
    • The Value of Skills, 1997-2006
    • The Value of Broad Skills, 1986-2006
    • Job Preference Orientations, 1992 and 2006
    • Job Preference Orientations by Sex, 1992 and 2006
    • Full-time/Part-time Status, Class and Industry, 2006
    • Awareness of Training Provision on Choice of Job, 2006
    • Employee and Employer Initiative in Training Decisions, 2006
    • Employee Perceptions of Costs and Benefits of Training, 2006
    • Future Perspectives: Desire for Training, 1992 and 2006
    • Future Perspectives: Desire for Training, 2001 and 2006
    • Future Perspectives: Desire for Training, 2006
    • Future Perspectives: Types of Skill and Benefits, 2006
    • 1.2 The 2006 Skills Survey in the Context of the Skills Survey Series
    • 1.3 Objectives of the 2006 Skills Survey
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