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Data Provider: Welsh Government National Statistics Labour disputes in Wales by measure, industry and year

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[Collapse]AreaThe number of stoppages by region do not sum to the total for the UK as disputes which affected more than one region have been counted only once.  Also, figures for widespread stoppages which cannot be disaggregated down to<br />regional level are included in the UK total.[Filtered]
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[Collapse]IndustryThe classification of industry is based on the Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) 1992 for data up until 2004, data for 2005 to 2007 is based on SIC 2003 and data for 2008 onwards is based on SIC 2007.  When a stoppage has been identified as covering more than one broad industry group, the actual number of working days lost and workers involved will be allocated to the specific broad industry group, however, the stoppage will be included in each industry category.[Filter]
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Working days lostFigures are given in thousands.[Collapse]All industries and services13156032461980103136249551420128
All industries and servicesManufacturing212100052420250000
Construction067000002000610600
Transport, storage and communication31330106200020270711
Public administration and defence021310301031524054164601927
Education74500001210500090-The data item is not exactly zero, but estimated as zero or less than half the final digit shown73
All other industries and services-The data item is not exactly zero, but estimated as zero or less than half the final digit shown1-The data item is not exactly zero, but estimated as zero or less than half the final digit shown1100225-The data item is not exactly zero, but estimated as zero or less than half the final digit shown000000027
[Collapse]Days lost per 1,000 employeesThe figures for working days lost per thousand employees are based on the latest available mid-year (June) estimates of employee jobs, and are given rounded to the nearest whole number.[Expand]All industries and services1415623246177492825141481217109
Workers involvedFigures are given in thousands.[Collapse]All industries and services55141142574415266393997144
All industries and servicesManufacturing111000000210150000
Construction011000002000010201
Transport, storage and communication2150101200010160701
Public administration and defence012003021621106517290631
Education215000012503000100-The data item is not exactly zero, but estimated as zero or less than half the final digit shown82
All other industries and services01-The data item is not exactly zero, but estimated as zero or less than half the final digit shown10000300000000-The data item is not exactly zero, but estimated as zero or less than half the final digit shown30
Number of stoppagesThe figures given for the number of stoppages in this table relate to “in-progress, in-year” figures.[Collapse]All industries and services1316258811791110199162056928
All industries and servicesManufacturing335202013430250122
Construction033100101000120201
Transport, storage and communication535176421123030223
Public administration and defence3271010352112332012
Education1142011222308121210
All other industries and services1411111141422610210

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