Six mini-reports from the Skills and Employment Survey 2012 were published in April and May 2013.
The Skills and Employment Survey 2012 (SES2012) is a national study of people aged 20-65 who are in paid work. The survey focuses upon the work that people do and how working life has changed over time. The 2012 survey is the latest in a series of studies which began in 1986. A total of 3,200 took part in the 2012 survey.
The reports are: Fear at Work in Britain, Work Intensification in Britain, Job-related Well-being Control in Britain, Skills at Work in Britain, Training in Britain, Job Control in Britain.
Click here for details on the Skills and Employment Survey website