Upgrading or polarisation? Long-term and global shifts in the employment structure
Chris Warhurst and Sally Wright contributed to a Eurofound publication "Upgrading or polarisation? Long-term and global shifts in the employment structure: European Jobs Monitor 2015". The Eurofound report examines the time profile of recent shifts in the employment structure and also synthesises the main findings from two other analyses of labour market developments that use a jobs-based approach. The first centres on developments in six European countries – Germany, Spain, the UK, Sweden, Ireland and Switzerland – since the 1970s. The second is recent work by a network of labour market researchers from outside Europe, which focuses on Australia, China, Japan, Russia, South Korea and the US. The Australian component of the research was undertaken by Chris and Sally in collaboration with Stephen Whelan from the University of Sydney and Julian Teicher from Monash University.
Report on profiling jobseekers in Europe public employment services
Barnes, S-A., Wright, S., Irving, P. and Deganis, I. (2015). Identification of latest trends and current developments in methods to profile jobseekers in European Public Employment Services: Final report. Brussels: Directorate-General for Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion, European Commission.
Final report from the LMI for All project
Bimrose, J., Wilson, R., Barnes, S-A., Owen, D., Li, Y., Green, A., Bosworth, L., Millar, P., Holden, A., Attwell, G., Rustemeier, P., Elferink, R. and Higginbottom, J. (2015). LMI for All: Developing a Careers Database (Final report). London: UK Commission for Employment and Skills. Find out more about the LMI for All project here.