Find Human Resources expertise in New Zealand
New Zealand has an adult literacy rate of 99% and approximately 91% of the population to speak English as a first language (2006). A 2007 International Labour Organisation survey on New Zealand’s labour force classified 29% of the labour force as professionals, senior officials and managers.
All foreign nationals, excluding Australian permanent residents, must obtain a work permit in order to work in New Zealand. New Zealand also offers a skilled migrant visa scheme to encourage applications from foreign nationals with skills in areas where there is a strong demand.
There is a multiplicity of recruitment and human resource agencies, as well as organizations offering job specific training, throughout the country.
|Human Resources organisations in New Zealand|
|Human Resources Institute of New Zealand||