What are RSS feeds?
RSS (Really Simple Syndication) is a method for distributing online content. Users with desktop software called news readers or aggregators can subscribe to RSS feeds to stay current with the most recent information from various websites.
You will need to install a RSS news reader to collect and display this type of news feeds. There are many different news readers, many of which are free. Some news readers are web-based and work inside your browser. In most browsers you can simply right-click on the link, copy the link, and then paste it into a configuration screen in your RSS news reader.
RSS feeds on the Department of Labour site
This site contains the following RSS feeds:
Department of Labour News
All the news from the Department of Labour
- Media releases
- News items and
- Recent publications
The Department of Labour runs regular consultations on issues that affect New Zealand workplaces. Whether you‘re a representative form a large company, a self-employed contractor or an interested member of the public, it’s important that you have the say on the issues that affect you.
Labour Market Reports
Regular reports analysing the latest labour market information.
- Quarterly Labour Market Report
- Jobs Online and Occupations
- Skills in the Labour Market
- Employment Forecasts
- Labour Market Analysis from the Household Labour Force Survey
- Regional Labour Market Reports
- Canterbury Labour Market.