Employers offer jobs or work. Employees offer skills. Together they work for each others benefit. Along with economic conditions and other factors, they make up the labour market.
The system of relationships between the supply of people available for employment and the available jobs.
arena where those who are in need of labour and those who can supply the labour come together.
A collective term for employment, unemployment, participation rates and wages.
Used to describe the interaction betweeen employers (buyers of labour) and employees (sellers of labour) to satisfy job requirements within the New Zealand economy.
where people seeking work and employers seeking workers come together.
the arena for interaction between those seeking labour and those supplying labour.