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Additional resources for Employment Relations in South Korea: Evidence from Workplace Panel Surveys
The WPS has provided a vast amount of panel data collected through an extensive list of questions on HR management and development, labor demand, trade unions, and industrial relations in Korea’s workplaces. In particular, data on the ownership structure of workplaces were collected for the first time through the WPS, and we look forward to further research that uses these data to study the impact of ownership structure on employment and industrial relations. The WPS also included data on the number of workers by grade and also on the number of both male and female workers in each grade, paving the way for research on the proportion of women managers.
By workplace size, larger workplaces had a higher proportion of professionals and white collar workers and a lower proportion of production workers and workers in elementary occupations. The results reflect industry characteristics, as production workers and workers in unskilled occupations accounted for 60% – the largest group – of all workers in manufacturing, whereas in the non-manufacturing industries, professionals and white collar workers, at 30% to 45%, were the most prevalent grouping. This trend remained steady over time.
This was most likely because the WPS collected data from panel workplaces that had survived for at least six years until 2009 and were, therefore, more likely to have been stable in terms of their economic status and so had a smaller proportion of non-regular workers. Also, whereas the WPS surveys workplaces, the Economically Active Population Survey surveys individuals, so the manner in which the two surveys were carried out was quite different. 7 Industry Manufacturing Non-manufacturing Electricity, gas, and water supply Construction Personal services Distribution services Business services Social services Note: NR = non-regular workers; FT = fixed-term contracts; I = indirectly employed workers.