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New Zealand: Department of Labour

The Department of Labour’s primary role is to improve the performance of the labour market and, through this, strengthen the economy and increase the standard of living for those in New Zealand. Its responsibilities include: delivering services and information that support productive workplaces, and workforce and community participation, to employers, employees, workplaces, communities, businesses and unions; providing policy advice and analysis to government on labour and employment related matters; providing advice to government on the performance of other agencies that impact on communities and people's working lives; and managing international relationships. Website: www.dol.govt.nz/
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Plan of Action to Prevent People Trafficking

July 2009 | Publisher: New Zealand: Department of Labour | Document type: Policy/Position Papers

Immigration New Zealand Operational Manual - Refugees

29 September 2008 | Publisher: New Zealand: Department of Labour | Document type: Policy/Position Papers

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