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25 March 2021

Social Security Scotland Workforce Information December 2020

The data presented in this publication are taken from information held on the Scottish Government’s Human Resources (HR) system. This system is managed by the Scottish Government and is shared with Social Security Scotland and other Executive Agencies. Social Security Scotland also share the same terms and conditions of employment as the Scottish Government.

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10 September 2020

Social Security Scotland workforce information June 2019

Information on Social Security workforce.

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15 June 2021

Social Security Scotland Workforce Information to March 2021

Social Security Scotland Workforce Information March 2021

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16 June 2020

Social Security Scotland workforce information: March 2020

This Official Statistics publication presents quarterly data on the Social Security Scotland’s workforce.

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15 December 2020

Social Security Scotland workforce information: September 2020

The statistics show: numbers of directly employed staff by category numbers of non-directly employed workers by category staff sickness absence staff diversity information location information Quarterly updates to the tables in the publication are released in March, June, September, and December. The latest period is to the end of September 2020, published in December 2020.

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14 November 2023

Social Security Scotland – Measuring Our Charter - 2022-2023

The framework is a list of measures co-designed with people with lived experience of the social security system. The measures relate to the commitments set out in Our Charter. Every year we collect relevant and available information and data for the measures, put it into the framework and then publish the results. Last year’s framework contained data for 2021-22. You can find out more about the purpose of the framework and how it was made in the Social Security Scotland Charter Measurement Framework and the Charter Measurement Framework Co-Design report and summary.

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14 March 2023

Social Security Scotland – workforce information: December 2022

This Official Statistics publication presents quarterly data on the Social Security Scotland’s workforce. The statistics show: numbers of directly employed staff by category numbers of non-directly employed workers by category staff sickness absence staff diversity information location information Quarterly updates to the tables in the publication are released in March, June, September, and December. The latest period is to the end of December 2022, published in March 2023.

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12 March 2024

Social Security Scotland – workforce information: December 2023

This Official Statistics publication presents quarterly data on the Social Security Scotland’s workforce. The statistics show: • numbers of directly employed staff by category • numbers of non-directly employed workers by category • staff sickness absence • staff diversity information • location information Quarterly updates to the tables in the publication are released in March, June, September, and December. The latest period is to the end of December 2023, published in March 2024.

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12 September 2023

Social Security Scotland – workforce information: June 2023

This Official Statistics publication presents quarterly data on the Social Security Scotland’s workforce. The statistics show: numbers of directly employed staff by category numbers of non-directly employed workers by category staff sickness absence staff diversity information location information Quarterly updates to the tables in the publication are released in March, June, September, and December. The latest period is to the end of March 2023, published in June 2023.

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