Commencing in 2009, a consortium led by WISERD undertook the 2009 ESF Leavers’ Survey. The aim of the 2009 ESF Leavers’ Survey was to understand the characteristics and outcomes of those participating in ESF projects.
This research aimed to improve understanding of the implications of introducing a living wage policy in Wales.
The aims of the project were to examine the pay statistics for Wales, for 2008 and other relevant years to determine possible reasons for the widening of the pay gap between women and men.
This project engaged women offenders so that they make necessary changes to stop offending by following a holistic, woman-centred, service model recommended by the Corston Report in 2007.
This project aimed to study the predictors of positive response to the Self-Reported Work-Related Illness question in the Labour Force Survey (LFS) and whether these are stable over time and across population sub-groups.
The programme undertook analysis of the data on management of health and safety and psychosocial risks at work that were gathered through the European Survey of Enterprises on New and Emerging Risks (ESENER).
The key aim of this project, funded by emda (the East Midlands Development Agency), was to provide a detailed assessment of the issue of in-work poverty in the East Midlands and its implications for regional economic performance.
In 2009 WISERD led and undertook the 2009 ESF Leavers Survey with the aim of understanding the characteristics and outcomes of those participating in ESF projects.
The National Equality Panel’s report An Anatomy of Economic Inequality in the UK provided a milestone in our understanding of relationships between people’s characteristics and their financial position.
In partnership with Old Bell 3 Ltd and IFF Research, WISERD undertook a survey of ERDF assisted businesses under the Convergence and Competitiveness Programmes for WEFO.
This project will discuss the data collected from the 2009 and 2010 ESF (European Social Fund) Leavers Surveys and how they have provided a detailed account of the characteristics and outcomes of people who have recently participated in ESF funded training programmes.
WISERD is funding a boost to the Skills and Employment Survey to be carried out across Britain in 2012.