Equal Opportunity in the Workplace: Insights from New Zealand

December 2nd, 2015 by
Peter Tritt

New Zealand has long been known as a pioneering, progressive nation in the Asia-Pacific region, fostering a far friendlier, cooperative relationship with its indigenous Maori population than its Australian colonial counterparts. Indeed, the first Maori Member of Parliament was elected in 1868; the first of many ‘firsts, including being the first country in the world to introduce universal adult female suffrage in 1893.