KNOWLEDGE BASE Employment in New Zealand

Employment Related Resources

New Zealand Social Indicators- Goverment Labor Statistics

New Zealand Government information regarding employment -  Work (Includes:)

  • Finding & Starting a Job

  • Public Holidays & Work

  • Annual Leave

  • Sick Leave

  • Going Back to Work After Having a Baby

  • Bereavement Leave

  • Self-Employed or Running a Home Business

  • Leaving a Job

  • Retiring from Work

  • Workers' Rights

  • Working After 65

  • How To Get an IRD Number

Employment New Zealand- The leading source of information on employment in New Zealand.

Immigration New Zealand -Immigration New Zealand looks after New Zealand’s immigration rules and laws, which in turn support our economic growth and strengthen our relationship with other parts of the world. We offer a range of visas to help those who can contribute to New Zealand to visit, work, study, live, or invest here.

International Labour Organization –  This United Nations agency is a database of national labour, social security, and related human rights legislation

World Economic Forum Human Capital Report – New Zealand  – The Human Capital Report seeks to provide a holistic assessment of a country’s human capital—both current and expected—across its population. In this report, ‘human capital’ is defined as the skills and knowledge people possess that enables them to create value in the global economic system. Comparisons can be made across income groups, generations, and regions.

Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) Human Resources Management Country Profiles – New Zealand – The OECD summarizes public sector human resource management practices and policies in OECD member and partner countries on a number of topics.

New Zealand Superannuation

KNOWLEDGE BASE Employment in New Zealand