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A European Social Fund (ESF) case study with Ulster Supported Employment Ltd translated into Polish.
Research Bulletins are short analytical articles on topical economic and labour market issues. They help to build understanding of current trends and raise awareness of research and analysis carried out.
This is the seventh in a regular series which will keep key stakeholders updated on progress with developing the new energy strategy.
Nomination form for Apprenticeship Awards 2021.
This award acknowledges the excellence and originality by employers, working with Training Suppliers, in the delivery of Apprenticeship training. A large business for the purpose of this competition is one with more than 250 employees.
This award acknowledges the excellence and originality by employers, working with Training Suppliers, in the delivery of Apprenticeship training. A small/medium business (SME) for the purpose of this competition is one with fewer than 250 employees.
The Global Entrepreneurship Monitor (GEM) is an international project which seeks to provide information on the entrepreneurial landscape of 50 countries in 2019.
This report by Retail Economics assesses the impact of EU exit on the cost of retail goods in Northern Ireland. It was completed prior to the publication of the Northern Ireland Protocol Command Paper on 10 December 2020.
This paper examines the direct long term impact on Northern Ireland’s (NI)economic performance as a result of the Protocol and the new trading relationship between the UK and EU.
This paper, completed by the Fraser of Allander Institute on behalf of the Department for the Economy, examines the potential impact of the coronavirus pandemic on the Northern Ireland economy.
This memo provides guidance to Project Promoters around the publication of good news stories and case studies related to the European Social Fund.
The latest Electricity Consumption and Renewable Generation in Northern Ireland publication was published on 3 December 2020 and can be accessed at the link below.
The Department for the Economy's Corporate Identity Guidelines for use by external organisations.
This interim policy has been developed by the Department for the Economy and NI further education colleges and has been endorsed by the Director of Further Education and the Principals Group.
This is the sixth in a regular series which will keep key stakeholders updated on progress with developing the new energy strategy.
The Department for the Economy wishes to appoint up to 6 members to the Board of the Health and Safety Executive Northern Ireland (HSENI) with effect from 1 May 2021. HSENI is the regulatory body for health and safety in a range of work situations.
The department monitors recently published relevant research reports and, each quarter, produces a summary in the Research Digests for wider dissemination.
This equality screening relates to the Posted Workers (Agency Workers) Order (Northern Ireland) 2020.
Equality impact assessment in regard to the Transposition of the 2019 Electricity (Recast) Directive ((EU) 2019/944.
This paper provides analysis of accompanied heavy goods vehicle (HGV) movements between Northern Ireland and Great Britain using mobile network data.