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7 Jul 2014
This is the first internal actuarial report produced in relation to the forward liabilities of the welfare system. The purpose of the report is for the Chief Actuary to independently: Review and comment on the valuation of the forward liability and what can be learned from analysis of the change in...
This is the second internal actuarial report produced in relation to the forward liabilities of the welfare system. The purpose of the report is for the Chief Actuary to independently: review experience over the year in terms of exit rates, numbers of new clients and clients transitioning between...
This is the third internal actuarial report produced in relation to the forward liability of the benefit system. The purpose of the report is for the Chief Actuary to independently: Review experience over the year of exit rates, numbers of new clients and clients transitioning between benefits
This report highlights key dynamics of the benefit system and how they impact long-term benefit dependency. It is the fourth internal actuarial report produced in relation to the forward liability of the benefit system. The purpose of the report is for the Chief Actuary to independently: Review...
Social Work Now, Issue 27, pages 30-36. Youth justice practitioners are well aware of a tension between practice approaches that elicit strengths and resources of young people and approaches that focus on risks and needs. Despite the public perception of youths ‘out of control’ and...
The barriers associated with employment retention, for people moving off benefit and into paid work, are well documented in the New Zealand and international literature and are often identified as relating to financial difficulties, family life demands, particularly childcare, and labour market conditions. International research...
Topics: Literature review, Social Services, Child Development, Mental Health, Children, Youth, Quality of Life
The purpose of this report is to influence funders and planners to direct funds to achieve not only wellbeing for children and young people but also to reduce long-term mental health and addiction costs. A brief literature review on prevention in mental health in New Zealand and internationally was undertaken...
Social Work Now, Issue 32, pages 19-22. A Differential Response Model (DRM) is one of Child, Youth and Family’s strategic initiatives. It is based on a legislative framework that has been proposed as an amendment to the Children, Young Persons, and Their Families Act 1989 (CYP&...
4 Jun 2008
with: Ministry of Health: MoH
Topics: Evaluation, Monitoring, Income & Wealth, Inequality, Social Services, Behaviour Management, Child Development, Diet & Nutrition, Disease, Drugs & Alcohol, Gambling, Hazards, Healthcare, Mental Health, Obesity, Quality of Life, Gender
Portrait of Health is the first release of key descriptive findings from the 2006/07 New Zealand Health Survey. Analyses have been presented by gender, age group, ethnic group, neighbourhood deprivation and regional area where possible. Results are compared with earlier surveys where possible for the total population and for...
This paper describes the characteristics, jobs, employment patterns and employment outcomes of temporary workers, using data collected in Statistics New Zealand’s Survey of Working Life 2008. Approximately one in 10 (9.4 percent) of employees were working in temporary jobs in the March 2008 quarter. 4.9...
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