The Economic, Labour Market and Skills Impacts of Migrant Workers in Northern Ireland: this research was undertaken by Oxford Economics and found that overall migrant workers have had a beneficial impact on the Northern Ireland labour market, contributing almost 40,000 jobs an
The Experiences Of Migrant Workers In Northern Ireland: this research was, undertaken by the Institute for Conflict Research and found that the decision to move to Northern Ireland was made mainly (but not solely) for economic reasons.
This Statistical bulletin presents Northern Ireland (NI) analysis from the ‘Destination of leavers from higher education longitudinal survey of 2004/05 graduates – three and a half years on’.
This research, commissioned by DEL in February 2009, investigates the future requirement for highlevel skills within the ICT sector in NI.
The ICT sector in NI is one of DETI's key priority sectors alongside financial services, hi-tech/advanced manufacturing and life sciences.
Northern Ireland Skills Monitoring Surveys
Better Regulation Annual Report 2008/09
The evaluation provides an objective assessment of the performance of the pilot programme and informs the development of a permanent programme per the Programme for Government commitment. The final report was published in September 2009.
The following issues are dealt with in this letter:-
This guidance document is aimed at businesses and advisers who are involved in the service industry, with the main exceptions of financial services, electronic communications, transport, temporary work agencies, healthcare, audiovisual, gambling, and social serv
The Independent Review of Economic Policy (IREP) was commissioned by the Minister of Enterprise, Trade and Investment, Arlene Foster MLA, in December 2008.
The Department of Enterprise, Trade and Investment presents its annual report and accounts for the financial year 1 April to 31 March. The accounts demonstrate the resources that have been consumed in delivering the Department’s objectives.
Declaration pursuant to Article 7 concerning the temporary provision of services - Directive 2005/36/EC on the recognition of professional qualifications.
These statistical bulletins have been produced by the Department for Employment and Learning, Northern Ireland (NI), using data collected by the Higher Education Statistics Agency (HESA).
In 2005 the Higher Education Careers Service Unit (HECSU), launched a major programme of research, named Futuretrack, designed to explore the process of entry into and through HE.
DETI delivery agreements and accompanying technical notes.
The aim of this Operating Plan is to outline the priorities of the Department of Enterprise, Trade, and Investment (DETI), the key actions it will undertake, and the outcomes it is seeking to achieve during 2009 to 2010.
This leaflet sets out the information and requirements on the Services Directive, which makes it easier for service providers to set up or offer their services anywhere in the EU.
The Tourism Statistics Branch Statement of Compliance in relation to the Pre-release Access to Official Statistics Order (Northern Ireland) 2009
The Department for Employment and Learning has produced labour market profiles and factsheets for each of the Workforce Development Forums (WDFs) in Northern Ireland. A report providing an overview of labour market information for Northern Ireland has also been published.