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Survey of working life : 2018 Statistics New Zealand

Contributor(s): Statistics New Zealand.
Material type: materialTypeLabelArticleSeries: Working life survey.Publisher: Wellington, New Zealand : Statistics New Zealand, 2019ISBN: 978-1-98-858333-4.Subject(s): ASIAN PEOPLES | BULLYING | DISCRIMINATION | EMPLOYMENT | MĀORI | MEN | PACIFIC PEOPLES | PASIFIKA | RACISM | SAFETY | SEXUAL HARASSMENT | STATISTICS | WORKPLACE | HAUMARUTANGA | TĀNE | TATAURANGA | WĀHINE | WHAKAHĀWEA IWI | WHAKAWETITANGA | WHIWHINGA MAHI | NEW ZEALANDOnline resources: Discrimination, harassment, bullying media release | Survey of working life: 2018 Summary: One in 10 workers feels discriminated against, harassed, or bullied at work is one of the findings from the Survey of working life: 2018, released in June 2019. Women were more likely than men to have experienced discrimination, harassment, or bullying at work. Fourteen percent of women and 9 percent of men said they’d suffered from such treatment over the previous year. Workers between the ages of 45–54 years reported the highest rate of discrimination, harassment, or bullying at 14 percent. Asian and Māori ethnic groups both reported a rate of discrimination, harassment, or bullying of 13 percent, while Pacific and European ethnic groups both had rates of 11 percent. Across all ethnic groups, women reported higher rates of discrimination, harassment, or bullying than men. The biggest gap was among employed Māori, with the rate for Māori women (17 percent) twice that of Māori men (8 percent). Graphs and tables are available from the website. Survey of working life: 2018 has detailed information on hours worked, work patterns and preferences, flexibility, security, working from home, and aspects of workplace health and safety of workers in New Zealand. Follow the first link for this data. The Survey of working life conducted between October and December 2018 asked employed people about their work arrangements, employment conditions, and satisfaction with their job and work-life balance. Combined with data on industry, occupation, tenure, employment relationship, and demographic characteristics, this report provides a picture of what working life is like for the employed people of New Zealand. (From the website). The Survey of working life 2018 is a supplement to the Household labour force survey December 2018 quarter. For more information, please contact Statistics New Zealand. Record #6340
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One in 10 workers feels discriminated against, harassed, or bullied at work is one of the findings from the Survey of working life: 2018, released in June 2019.

Women were more likely than men to have experienced discrimination, harassment, or bullying at work. Fourteen percent of women and 9 percent of men said they’d suffered from such treatment over the previous year. Workers between the ages of 45–54 years reported the highest rate of discrimination, harassment, or bullying at 14 percent.

Asian and Māori ethnic groups both reported a rate of discrimination, harassment, or bullying of 13 percent, while Pacific and European ethnic groups both had rates of 11 percent. Across all ethnic groups, women reported higher rates of discrimination, harassment, or bullying than men. The biggest gap was among employed Māori, with the rate for Māori women (17 percent) twice that of Māori men (8 percent). Graphs and tables are available from the website.

Survey of working life: 2018 has detailed information on hours worked, work patterns and preferences, flexibility, security, working from home, and aspects of workplace health and safety of workers in New Zealand. Follow the first link for this data.

The Survey of working life conducted between October and December 2018 asked employed people about their work arrangements, employment conditions, and satisfaction with their job and work-life balance. Combined with data on industry, occupation, tenure, employment relationship, and demographic characteristics, this report provides a picture of what working life is like for the employed people of New Zealand. (From the website).

The Survey of working life 2018 is a supplement to the Household labour force survey December 2018 quarter. For more information, please contact Statistics New Zealand. Record #6340