Destinations of Leavers from Higher Education Record 2011/12 - Employment basis - Q5
Destinations of Leavers from Higher Education Record 2011/12
Employment basis - Q5
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This field describes the HE leaver's own assessment of the basis of their employment in the work they were doing on the census date.
|Applicable to||England Northern Ireland Scotland Wales|
All HE leavers where Student.ALLACT is coded 1 or 2.
|Question||Q5. Which of the following best describes the basis on which you were employed on [the census date]?|
|Valid entries and labels|
Only one box ticked by the HE leaver can be coded. Should the HE leaver tick more than one box, code the one nearest the top of the list as ordered in the valid entries.
The information captured relates to what the HE leaver considers to be their MAIN job.
A response to the question is required if the following codes were used for Q1 (Student.ALLACT): 1 'Working full-time' or 2 'Working part-time'.
Code 99 Unknown can only be used when code 03 'Telephone survey: third party', 05 'Own institution's student record', or 06 'Institutional third party' is returned in Student.STATUS.
It is important that ALL of the information provided in Employment.EMPNAME, Employment.EMPBASIS, Employment.EMPPLACE, Employment.EMPPCODE, Employment.EMPCOUNTRY, and Employment.MAKEDO is returned to assist in the allocation of a SIC code.
The SIC 2007 valid entries and labels are based on the UK Standard Industrial Classification 2007 (UK SIC 2007) four digit class and five digit subclass levels as identified in the Office for National Statistics (ONS) UK Standard Industrial Classification 2007 web page 'Main volume' (PDF).
|Required for valid response||Yes|
|To be asked of third party||Yes|
Quality rules relating to this field are displayed here.
To record the employment circumstances of leavers six months after completing their courses. To analyse trends in labour market demand for HE leavers.
Data type: EMPBASISCodeContentType
|Based on||C10018 DURATION|
|Change management notes||Additional guidance added regarding the SIC 2007 codes.|
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