Moved by the Company - Employee Relocation and Regional Migration

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  • Martin Perry Department of Labour

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.26686/lew.v0i0.1237

Abstract

Organisational labour migrants are those being moved by their employer typically in response to organisational rather than labour market characteristics. Employment continuity and subsidised relocation costs give them advantage over other migrants. Evidence from a survey of large employers in New Zealand indicates that this form of migration has reduced but that it generates a distinctive migrant flow.

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Author Biography

Martin Perry, Department of Labour

Labour Market Policy Group

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