Supporting Progression in Growth sectors: A Review of the International Evidence

Paul Sissons, Anne Green, Neil Lee

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    Abstract

    Examines the available evidence on in-work progression of employees in growth sectors. Explains the issue of wage progression and the sector focus adopted in the study. Describes the approach taken to reviewing and analysing evidence. Outlines the importance of the issue of progression from low paid work and the potential role for public policy in encouraging retention and progression. Provides findings relating to progression initiatives in growth sectors: financial and professional services; manufacturing; energy and environment; construction; social care; and hospitality. Provides conclusions and considers the policy implications arising from the study, including the importance of considering business models alongside employment policy.
    Original languageEnglish
    PublisherPublic Policy Institute for Wales
    Commissioning bodyEconomic and Social Research Council
    Number of pages68
    Publication statusPublished - 25 Oct 2016

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