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Partnership Action for Continuing Employment: client experience survey 2020

Published: 18 Dec 2020

This report provides key findings on the influence of the Scottish Government's initiative for responding to redundancy situations, Partnership Action for Continuing Employment (PACE).

53 page PDF

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53 page PDF

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Contents
Partnership Action for Continuing Employment: client experience survey 2020
Appendix B: Supplementary Information on Longitudinal Respondents

53 page PDF

1.7 MB

Appendix B: Supplementary Information on Longitudinal Respondents

Table B1: Demographic profile of respondents – comparison of 2018 new survey and 2020 longitudinal survey
All 2018 new client survey respondents All 2020 Longitudinal survey respondents
Base (1065) (300)
% %
Gender
Male 72 73
Female 28 27
Age
Under 40 27 21
40 to 49 24 27
50+ 47 50
Refused 2 2
Ethnicity
White British 89 91
Not White British 8 7
Prefer not to say 3 2
Socio-economic group
A/B 15 16
C1 34 41
C2 18 18
D/E 21 19
Unknown/refused 11 7
Has disability
Yes* 9 10
No 89 89
Refused 3 1

*Question: Do you have any long-term physical or mental impairment which limits your daily activities or the work you can do?

Note that figures may not sum to 100% due to rounding.

Table B2: Main activity of longitudinal clients at point of survey – comparison of 2018 and 2020 longitudinal surveys
2018 Longitudinal Survey 2020 Longitudinal Survey
Base: All longitudinal survey clients (307) (300)
% %
Working full-time for an employer 56 59
Working part-time for an employer 11 12
Self-employed 8 9
Working through a temping agency 4 2
In full-time education or training 1 1
Working in an unpaid or voluntary role 1 1
Unemployed but actively seeking work 5 5
Retired 8 5
Not working because of ill-health or disability 3 1
Being a full-time carer or looking after the family 1 2
Taking time out of work to consider options 1 1
Other 1 -

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