- Key Focus Areas
- Enquiries & Complaints
- Human Rights
- The Treaty
- Disabled People
- Race Relations
- International & UN
- Office of Human Rights Proceedings
- THE RIGHT TO WORK: maximising the employment potential of young New Zealanders
- What’s Working: Improving Equal Employment Opportunities in the public service
- Caring counts: Report of the Inquiry into the Aged Care Workforce
- EEO Programme
‘What’s Working’ identifies what is working as we strive for fair and equitable employment for all New Zealand workers, across all groups, in the public sector workforce. Read the report here.
The Commission’s “Crown Entities and the Good Employer” web application allows Crown entities to track their progress towards meeting their good employer obligations across years and compare themselves to other Crown Entities. View the web application.
Young people are our future wage earners, decision makers and leaders. However, for many young people in Aotearoa New Zealand their right to work is greatly hindered. This report looked for examples of effective solutions that have resulted in increased youth employment for these groups. Read The Right To Work.
This report looks beyond the basic employment data to illustrate where New Zealand sits in terms of labour force participation. Read Tracking Equality at Work.
How well do we value our carers? The Commission has released its report into equal employment opportunities in the aged care workforce. Read the report and its recommendations.
The National Conversation about work is a nationwide project to spark debate about what matters in the workplace. Visit the website and Have Your Say About Work.
For news, information and resources on EEO go to www.neon.org.nz For publications and resources click here. For information about discrimination and how to make a complaint cick here. For more information about former EEO Commissioner Dr Judy McGregor click here.
The Commission monitors Crown entities’ good employer policies.
The Census looks at how women fare in many areas of professional and public life. View more information and download the Census here