Workers" attitudes and the acceptability of shiftwork in New Zealand manufacturing industry

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N.Z. Institute of Economic Research , [Wellington]
Shift systems -- New Zealand., Industrial relations -- New Zea

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New Zea

Statement[by] Stephen Griew and Eileen Philipp.
ContributionsPhilipp, Eileen, joint author.
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LC ClassificationsHC661 .N4 no. 12
The Physical Object
Pagination75, 1 p.
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Open LibraryOL5727184M
LC Control Number70476851

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After a tough few years following. Health and safety attitudes and behaviours in the New Zealand workforce: A study of workers and employers. Qualitative Research. Manufacturing report. (A report to WorkSafe New Zealand).

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New data shows that while many people might not understand Allen's job, she's in good company. Statistics NZ released census data on occupations, which showed the most common job for adult workers. In the s, most manufactured goods are imported. This has reduced employment in manufacturing in New Zealand, which by was just 12% of the workforce.

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Information for workers. We're here to help you understand some of the health and safety risks associated with your industry - whether you're new or. Find statistics about trends in different industries in New Zealand. Hours of work in an employment agreement might include that an employee also do additional work, as reasonably required by an employer, and should agree on any compensation for this overtime.

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From the end of we will start to negotiate sector agreements for employing. New Zealand’s workforce has changed over time, reflecting how the economy has changed.

Primary industries such as mining, forestry and farming employed many people in the early 20th century, but by those industries employed only 7% of workers. Manufacturing was a major employer from the s, but in the s it employed only 12% of. Employers offering a job in a city that pays below the New Zealand median wage must show they meet the new strengthened labour market test.

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New Zealanders are employed in manufacturing. More than 15% of employees are engaged in manufacturing – NZ's second largest industrial sector. Manufacturing offers full-time work Manufacturing employees have full-time work - over 90% of those employed in manufacturing work full-time, compared with the 78% average over all industries.

Industry statistics measure the activity and performance of New Zealand businesses that process raw materials, make goods in factories, and provide related services to these producers. This page gives you links to information about trends in different industries. Manufacturing & Labor Workers workers holding High School degrees enjoy the highest average gross salaries in New Zealand.

With an earned High School, they grosses NZ$ 68, While Manufacturing & Labor Workers workers with Bachelors Degree education earn the least, with an average gross income of NZ$ 54. The New Zealand export manufacturing sector was chosen as the setting for this research, as the New Zealand economy has a significant reliance on the wealth gained through exporting commodities.

In fact, export manufacturing product accounts for a significant amount of New Zealands gross domestic product (New Zealand Statistics, ).The Great Strike of was in fact a series of strikes between mid-October and mid-January It was one of New Zealand’s most violent and disruptive industrial confrontations.

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