Primary surveys

We have conducted a number of national, local and workplace surveys; longitudinal, repeated or one-off; collecting quantitative and/or qualitative data.

Live - NZ Care Workforce Survey 2019

Associate Professor Katherine Ravenswood and Dr Julie Douglas, from our Care/Work Research Group, are currently conducting a survey on the work experiences of care and support workers, enrolled registered nurses, and managers in residential aged care, home care, disability support, and mental health and addiction sectors. See the Survey Information page to participate.

Featured projects

World Internet Project (NZ)

WIPNZ is a longitudinal survey investigating New Zealanders’ usage of, and attitude toward, the internet.

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Map of Meaningful Work

The Map of Meaning is a holistic development model that you can use to create meaningful work and a meaningful workplace.

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Other active projects

The demand for an aged care workforce in New Zealand is predicted to increase significantly in the near and long term future.

At the same time, pay and conditions for employees in the sector have come under scrutiny. While population demographics have been used to predict the supply and demand for aged care employees, there is little data about the current workforce in New Zealand.

Furthermore, there are few, if any, opportunities for national benchmarking of workforce trends such as turnover, labour supply, training and wellbeing factors.

Supplementary information

Reports

The aim of the NZ Women's Empowerment Principles survey is to uncover policies and practices within New Zealand’s largest organisations on behalf of the United Nations Women, with a specific focus on Women’s Empowerment Policies.

Reports

It has been suggested that Māori's have an inimitable worldview which may challenge western notions of career success and satisfaction.

This study supports previous research demonstrating the importance of cultural wellbeing for career satisfaction of Māori employees.

Big Data research

Our Big Data research uses empirical evidence from large administrative datasets.

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