New Zealanders'' Working Time and Home Work Patterns: Evidence from the New Zealand Time Use Survey
This report uses data from the New Zealand Time Use Survey 1998/99 to analyse the timing and location of paid work. Full report. Published in the Department of Labour Occasional Paper series as 2001/5.
It provides a detailed picture of New Zealanders’ paid working time patterns, focusing particularly on work that is undertaken at non-standard times, and work that is undertaken in workers’ own homes. Results are given for sub-groups in the labour force as well as for all workers.
Author: Paul Callister and Sylvia Dixon
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