Northern Ireland Skills Monitoring Survey 2008 - Main Report
The NI Skills Monitoring Survey 2008 was designed to provide a comprehensive snapshot of current skill needs of NI employers in the non-agricultural sectors. The primary purpose of this report was to update the findings of the previous surveys conducted in 2002 and 2005 and give account of useful comparisons. This report provides a detailed analysis of the findings from the survey to include information connected with vacancies, recruitment difficulties, skill-shortages, retention difficulties, skill gaps, recruitment of graduates and training from an employer`s perspective. In addition to looking at longitudinal trends, the report also seeks to describe differences against key variables such as industry, size of establishment and occupation.
27 November 2009
This document is available to download by following the link below or by writing to:Department for Employment and Learning
Research and Evaluation Branch
39-49 Adelaide Street
Tel: 028 9025 7688 (Monday - Friday 9:00 am to 5:00 pm)