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The National Employer Skills Survey (NESS), 2003-2009
Learning and Skills Council
12 December 2013
The National Employer Skills Survey for England (NESS) was a survey carried out biennially in England by the Learning and Skills Council. In 2009, as part of continuity measures after machinery of government changes, the survey was taken over by the UK Commission. The survey covered many of the measures which have been transferred into the UK-wide survey. These include recruitment and retention problems, demand for skills, skill gaps, workforce development and training, and business strategy and structure.