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  1. Statistics | 24 Nov 2021

    Scotland's Devolved Employment Services: statistical summary

    This publication presents statistics for Fair Start Scotland (FSS) from April 2018 to September 2021 and experimental statistics on the No One Left Behind strategic approach to employability delivery, reporting on those receiving support from April 2019 to June 2021.

  2. Research and analysis | 03 Nov 2021

    International mechanisms to revalue women's work: research

    The report reviews different approaches to redress the undervaluation of women’s work and assesses their applicability to the Scottish employment context. The report finds that undervaluation of women’s work is a driver of the gender pay gap and makes recommendations to alleviate this disparity.

  3. Research and analysis | 26 Oct 2021

    National Trauma Training Programme: workforce survey 2021

    Main findings from an online survey of the Scottish workforce exploring awareness and attitudes to psychological trauma and trauma-informed practice. The survey was carried out by the Improvement Service as part of the National Trauma Training Programme.

  4. Research and analysis | 14 Oct 2021

    Fair Start Scotland: evaluation report 4 - year 3 overview

    This report sets out findings from an evaluation of the Fair Start Scotland service. The findings are drawn from a range of research activities involving participants, service providers and key delivery partners, undertaken during the third year of delivery, covering April 2020 to March 2021

  5. Research and analysis | 14 Oct 2021

    Fair Start Scotland: evaluation report 4 - local area case studies - year 3

    Part of the Fair Start Scotland series of evaluation reports which presents detailed findings from the third wave of local area case studies in in Fife, Motherwell and Inverclyde, incorporating feedback from FSS service providers, participants, and local delivery partners in these areas.