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LMIS SC 26.06.2016

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on LMIS Project
Way forward
Objectives
Budget (lac taka)
Activities of the Project
Publication mechanism of the survey
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Main topics covered by QLFS
Demographic characteristics:
Housing structure, sex, age, marital status, migration, education, training etc.

Main labour related characteristics:
Employment, unemployment, underemployment, labour underutilization (including potential labour force), hours of work, wages, informal employment, voluntary work, etc.

Other labour related characteristics:
Industry, occupation, status in employment, type of workplace, secondary job, methods of looking for work, reasons for being outside the labour force, etc.
A. Development of Rotating panel sample
Development of sampling frame using population census 2011
Development of rotating panel sample design
Selection of PSUs/sample enumeration areas
Fieldwork-Listing operation of households
Weight development
B. Quarterly Labour Force Survey (QLFS)
Questionnaire development
Conduct Quarterly LFS
Quarterly (headline indicators & main aggregates)
Annual LFS report
Short-term trends and seasonal variations
C. Development of Web-portal for dissemination of LMI
Identifying of content of the LMIS
Development of web-portal and test run
Data/indicators collect from QLFS and Secondary source
This portal will deal exclusively with all sorts of labour market information (demand, supply, analytical reports, journals etc.)
Hosting of LMI & sample microdata
D. Analytical report on Labour market dynamics
Identify key Explanatory variables
Develop Econometric Models
Prepare analytical report
Policy brief
5%
To provide labour market indicators through conducting Quarterly Labour Force Survey (QLFS)

To develop a web-portal for providing Labour Market Indicators

To prepare analytical report (econometric analysis for identifying the determinants/factors) based on microdata of QLFS.
Relevance
Five Year Plan and Perspective Plan
The employment target for the Five Year Plan will be to create adequate number of high productivity, high income jobs not only for new entrants but also to allow a substantial transfer of labour from the informal sector to the formal sector. Furthermore, reduction of unemployment rate was one of the broad goals of the Perspective Plan for a Transformed Bangladesh by 2021.
Harmonized with 19th ICLS resolution:
Old & New definition of Employment and Work statistics will be used
Finance Division, GoB:
Meeting held on 24.12.2014 for to take necessary programme to Initiate Quarterly LFS based on Budget Speech by Hon’ble Finance Minister;

Expert committee on identification of core surveys of BBS

LFS also identified as one of the core surveys of BBS
Fully aligned with the National Strategy for the Development of Statistics (NSDS)
Timeline 2014 (Quarterly Labour force Survey);

Welcome
Steering Committee Meeting
(3rd meeting)
Improving of Labour statistics and
labour market information system through panel survey
LMIS Project
26.06.2016
Bangladesh Bureau of Statistics
Statistics and Informatics Division
Specific objetives
Agenda
Governance
Steering Committee
Technical Committee
Project Implementation Committee (PIC)
Project core team
1. Labour force participation rate
2. Employment-to-population ratio
3. Status in employment
4. Employment by sector
5. Employment by occupation
6. Part-time workers
7. Hours of work
8. Employment in the informal economy

Key Indicators of the Labour Market
95%
Activities to be done
Procurement (remaining)
Piloting of the survey
Training of Master trainers
Training of Supervising officers and Enumerators


Conduct Quarterly Labour Force Survey
Data capturing
Editing and coding of filled-in schedule
Data processing and analysis
1st Quarter Report preparation
Dissemination of results of the 1st Quarter
: upto 12 June 2015
: 15-25 May 2015
: 16 - 20 June 2015
: 22 - 29 June 2015



: 1 July - 30 September 2015
: 1 July - 30 September 2015
: 1 August - 30 October 2015
: 1 October - 30 November 2015
: 1 December - 20 December 2015
: 30 December 2015
9. Unemployment
10. Youth unemployment
11. Long-term unemployment
12. Time-related underemployment
13. Inactivity
14. Educational attainment and illiteracy
15. Average monthly wages
An appropriate statistically sound sample design with rotating panel sample developed to provide estimates of the main aggregates of work/labour statistics;

The procedure of repeating a segment of the sample and collecting information on a set of elements on two or more successive occasions is referred to as 'panel study approach'. This approach is called 'rotation sampling'.

Survey domain are Geographical Division and Urban/Rural/City corporations;
Key indicators of the labour market, recommended by the international community will be generated from the QLFS for labour market analysis;

Indicators can be classified, by activity, occupation, status in employment and education status or by geographic area, sex or age group;

Continuous labour force survey will be conducted quarterly from July 2015 to June 2017 and estimates will be provided quarterly;

Dual series, for a specified period (at least 2 years) following the current and revised standards of labour statistics will be maintained.

Employment
Unemployment
Labour Force
ICT Statistics
Occupation
Industry
Informal sector
Informal employment
Part time
Full time
Formal
Wage
Key Indicators
Labour Market
Monitoring
Sex
Structure
UnderEmployment
Underutilized
Potential labour force
Female labour force
Agriculture
Service
ISCO
ISIC
ICLS
LMIS
Work Statistics
Child Labour
Income
Working Time
ICSE
SNA Production boundary
General Production boundary
Productive Activities
Households
Non-Market Units
Skills Training
Goods
Services
Labour Supply
Labour Demand
Decent Work
LMIS
QLFS

A Agriculture, forestry and fishing
B Mining and quarrying
C Manufacturing
D Electricity, gas, steam and air conditioning supply
E Water supply, sewerage, waste management and remediation activities
F Construction
G Wholesale and retail trade, repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles
H Transportation and storage
I Accommodation and food service activities (Hotel and restaurants)
J Information and communication
K Financial and insurance activities
L Real estate activities
M Professional, scientific and technical activities
N Administrative and support service activities
O Public administration and defence, compulsory social security
P Education
Q Human health and social work activities
R Arts, entertainment and recreation
S Other service activities
T Activities of households as employers, undifferentiated goods and services producing activities of households for own use
U Activities of extraterritorial organizations and bodies

Industry - ISIC/BSIC
Statistical Classifications


1 - Managers
2 - Professionals
3 - Technicians and associate professionals
4 - Clerical support workers
5 - Service and sales workers
6 - Skilled agricultural and fishery workers
7 - Craft and related trades workers
8 - Plant and machine operators, and assemblers
9 - Elementary occupations
0 –Armed forces occupations
Occupation - ISCO/BSCO
Web-page will brings labour market information together from diverse sources;
This portal will deal exclusively with all sorts of labour market information (demand, supply, analytical reports, journals etc.)
First ever attempt of BBS to do analytical study using microdata to understand the dynamics of the labour market;
Identify the determinants/factors of the labour market dynamics and changes;
Analytical report on Labour market dynamics will be conducted using microdata in 2017;
Provide policy brief.
1st Quarter (Jul-Sep 2015)
Next 2 months (May-Jun 2015)
Volunteer
Y4W
Youth
Youth@Work
Thank you
Current Plan of Publication:
Quarterly publication (4x2=8 reports in two year)
Annual publication (2 reports in two year)
Analytical publication (1 report in two year)

Proposed Plan of Publication:
Annual publication (2 reports in two year)

(including Four Quarterly estimates side by side with Annual seasonally
adjusted estimates (instead of current Quarterly reports).

Analytical publication (1 report in two year)

Generate Work statistics including employment statistics;
Use of Rotating panel sample design;
Introduction of automation-Laptop based CAPI (gradually paper less);
Quarterly estimates that allows Short-term monitoring of labour market performance;
ICT indicators for households and individuals
Exclusive web-portal for disseminating LMI;
What's new with the QLFS
Basma Lira, OT
Nila
Nur Mohammad
Salim Mia
Continue periodic LFS 2013
Introduced QLFS
in Bangladesh in 2015
Quarterly Labour Force Survey from 1 July 2015
LFS Started in 1980-81
Continue periodic LFS 2010
Continue periodic LFS 2005-06
Key Indicators of the Labour Market
History of Labour Statistics in Bangladesh
Web portal
Scope
of Work
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Sustainability issue-mechanism for institutionalization after project period

Attitudinal issues of some households respondents, particularly in Apartments

Dropout of Enumerators

Data interpretation-misinterpretation
Seasonal variation (or seasonality) refers to the degree to which employment rises and falls because of the seasonal pattern (caused by climate).
Employment level drop by a large extent throughout the July-September (Lean Period for Agriculture), and then rise by the same extent through the rest part.

These seasonal swings in employment usually follow a regular pattern each year.

The Q-to-Q employment changes caused by seasonality can distort perceptions of the current economic situation, and obscure long-term growth trends or turning points in the economy.

However, seasonality is important in and of itself, because it adds a burden to the economy.

A seasonal pattern reveals regular increases and decreases that repeat year after year in a time series of estimates.
Technical Committee
Publication mechanism
Seasonality
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