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Indices of employees in industry


Definitions and calculation method

Employees in industry are considered to be anyone employed in a reporting unit at the end of month, irrespective of whether that day they were present at work, on holiday or on sick-leave, etc and covers only those employed in industry, regardless of whether they are engaged in production in auxiliary, general or management activities.

The index of employees in industry is calculated by the following formula:

I = ? N i / O ? No

? N i- number of employees in industry in the current period
O ? N o- average number of employees in industry in the base period

Implementing Classifications and international standards:
  • The National Classification of Activity is used, published in Official Gazette No. 09/2006.
  • Methodology for Short-Term bussines Statistics of EUROSTAT from 2002.



Last updated: 08.02.2011


   

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