National Employer Skills Survey for England 2009: Key findings report

  • Shury J
  • Winterbotham M
  • Davies B
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The aim of the National Employer Skills Survey (NESS) is to provide the UK Commission for Employment and Skills (UKCES) and partners with robust and reliable information from employers in England on skills deficiencies and workforce development to serve as a common basis to develop policy and assess the impact of skills initiatives. NESS09 incorporates responses from just over 79,000 employers.

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  • Jan Shury

  • Mark Winterbotham

  • Ben Davies

  • Katie Oldfield

  • Mark Spilsbury

  • Susannah Constable

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