Industrial Disputes

Department/Agency

Central Statistics Office (CSO)

Key information

The numbers of industrial disputes, firms involved, workers involved, and total days lost, classified by economic sector.


A Methods and Quality Report is available for this statistic.

Source

The Monitoring Unit of the Industrial Relations section within the Employment Rights and Industrial Relations division (Department of Enterprise, Trade and Employment), and information collected directly from other sources by the CSO.

Scope

Disputes involving a stoppage of work lasting for at least one day and the total time lost is 10 or more person–days.

Frequency

Quarterly

Reference period

Calendar quarter

Start date

2009 Q1 onwards (Nace Rev 2), 2000 quarter 1 (quarterly series), 1985 (annual series)

Timeliness

8 weeks after the end of the end of the reference period

Classifications

  • Economic sector (NACE Revision 2)
    Agriculture, forestry and fishing; Industry; Construction; Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles; Transport and storage; Accommodation and food service activities; Information and communication; Financial, insurance and real estate activities; Professional, scientific and technical activities; Administrative and support service activities; Public administration and defence; compulsory social security; Education; Human health and social work activities; Other NACE activities.

Theme

Labour Market and Earnings - Labour Market

Page Created

2007-12-01

Page Modified

2017-05-16

Keywords

days disputes industrial labour lost man-days mandays market person-days stoppage stoppages strikes workers