Work stoppage information is used as an indicator of the state of industrial relations in New Zealand. It focuses particularly on the economic impact of events such as strikes and lockouts, and does not cover forms of industrial unrest such as authorised stopwork meetings, strike notices, protest marches, and public rallies. Demarcation and coverage disputes are included only where the participants are on strike or locked out.
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Find information on:
- the number of work stoppages that have ended
- person-days of work lost
- the amount of salaries and wages lost
- the number of employees involved.
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Select the following categories from the Infoshare homepage for data about work stoppages:
Subject category: Work, income and spending
Group: Work stoppages
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