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The NSE monitors labour market, immigration, and employment matters to improve our evidence base for evaluating policy and answering contemporary policy questions.

Summary
The National Survey of Employers (NSE) is an annual survey of New Zealand employers. The NSE monitors labour market, immigration, and employment matters to improve our evidence base for evaluating policy and answering contemporary policy questions. The survey includes questions on topics such as:

  • job vacancies and skills needs
  • use of trial periods
  • employment relations and workplace practices
  • minimum wages
  • health and safety: system, practices and perspectives
  • employing migrant staff

The survey findings are used to inform policy evaluations and on-going policy development, for accountability reporting, and to monitor employer practices and perspectives.

The NSE 2012/13 interviewed 1,529 New Zealand employers between October 2012 and March 2013. The sample for the survey was drawn from Statistics New Zealand’s Business Frame.

 

 

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2014
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