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Profiling in Switzerland Costs and benefits. David Ackermann 25th November 2008. List of contents. Profiling today in Switzerland Development of profiling in 2008 Costs of profiling Benefits of profiling Future challenges. Profiling today in Switzerland (1). Objectives :

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    1. Profiling in SwitzerlandCosts and benefits David Ackermann 25th November 2008

    2. List of contents • Profiling today in Switzerland • Development of profiling in 2008 • Costs of profiling • Benefits of profiling • Future challenges

    3. Profiling today in Switzerland (1) • Objectives: • Create a solid partnership with businesses and public administration organisations • Detailed and up-to-date monitoring of the structures of large businesses and public administration organisations • Detailed and up-to-date monitoring of the statistical units existing within these businesses and public administration organisations  Good quality statistical univers in the Business Register (survey framework)

    4. Profiling today in Switzerland (2) Data collection for two surveys: • Business census (every three years) • Quarterly employment statistics (every three months)  Necessary to the employment statistics programme Variables monitored: location, employment, economic activity

    5. Profiling today in Switzerland (3)

    6. Developments in 2008 FSO’s commitment to profiling • Profiling as a key element of the modernisation programme for business statistics • Hiring of new staff in April 2008  increase from 2 to 9 members of staff • Visits to 80 groups or businesses (June-July) • Development of computer application • Work on future collaboration with other statistics

    7. General programme for business statistics BR (Business Register) Secondary data sources Profiling (Private and public) Frame SSS (Swiss Statistical Society) Strategy for designing the system Output definition ofBusiness Statistics Survey design; sample design; estimation procedure Survey logistics and infrastructure (IT, survey documentation…)

    8. Profiling costs for the FSO • Hiring and training staff • Software development • Convince other statistical units • Time invested to consolidate statistics

    9. Profiling costs for the businesses • Costs related to the consolidation of statistics • Computer modifications • Maintaining the partnership with the FSO

    10. The advantages of profiling for the FSO • Quality management for the register and the survey framework • Quality management for statistical data • Better data quality (comparability between statistics and surveys) • Improved response rate • Standardisation of definitions across different statistics • The Profiler is able to explain trends • Partnership between the business and the FSO • Better image of the FSO (administration)

    11. The advantages of profiling for the business • Less work and time saved for the units involved • No more paper questionnaires • A contact person for the business • Better understaning of the reasons behind the statistics monitored

    12. Future challenges

    13. >>Portail entreprises M U S T E R

    14. http://unternehmen.bfs.admin.ch Portail entreprises Profiling Le Profiling est une méthode permettant d’analyser la structure juridique, opérationnelle et comptable d’un groupe d’entreprises au niveau national et mondial, afin d’établir les unités statistiques présentes au sein de ce groupe, les liens qui les unissent et les structures les plus efficaces pour la collecte des données statistiques. Les entreprises ne sont plus uniquement des répondants mais collaborent aussi avec les registres et les statistiques. Grâce au Profiling, vous pouvez profiter d’un service personnalisé, permettant d’une part de réduire la charge administrative de travail de votre entreprise et de bénéficier de résultats statistiques personnalisés… Vous êtes intéressés ? Contact… >>Portail entreprises M U S T E R Répondre en ligne à une enquête Consulter les résultats Accès sécurisé Profiling login : Mot de passe : valider

    15. http://unternehmen.bfs.admin.ch/Profiling/index Portail entreprises – Profiling Se déconnecter Entreprise : No REE : Contact : nom 66-887 T. Beispiel Répondre en ligne à une enquête Répondre en ligne à une enquête Consulter vos résultats >>Portail entreprises STATEM, 3ème trimestre 2007 Enquête sur les salaires DHU, 3ème trimestre 2007 Chiffre d’affaires M U S T E R

    16. http://unternehmen.bfs.admin.ch/Profiling/index Portail entreprises – Profiling - enquêtes Se déconnecter Entreprise : No REE : Contact : nom 66-887 T. Beispiel >>Portail entreprises M U S T E R

    17. http://unternehmen.bfs.admin.ch/Profiling/index Portail entreprises – Profiling - résultats Se déconnecter Entreprise : No REE : Contact : nom 66-887 T. Beispiel >>Portail entreprises M U S T E R Votre entreprise Moyenne de votre secteur d’activité

    18. Thank you for your attention