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Business Operations Survey – detailed tables

This page has links to Business Operations Survey tables in NZ.Stat – our free web tool for creating, finding, customising, and downloading datasets.

The datasets are based on the latest business operations statistics, which give information on business practices and behaviours that may affect business performance.

2 May 2016 – In the tables below, under the heading 'Module A: Business operations’, we discovered figures had been incorrectly aggregated. This only affected the following variables: ‘Average years since business began' for the years 2007 to 2014, ‘Employment status’ for the years 2007 to 2014, and ‘Occupational group’ for the years 2007 to 2014.

Under the heading ‘Module C: Skills acquisition’ and ‘Module C: Business strategy and skills’, the affected variables were ‘Percentage of employees who received training’ and ‘Businesses who trained staff’ respectively, for the years 2009 and 2013.

14 August 2015 – In the tables below, under the heading 'Module C: Employment practices’, we discovered figures had been loaded against the wrong variables and some totals were missing. This only affected the variable ‘Businesses who trained staff’ for the years 2009 and 2013.

We apologise for any inconvenience caused.

Module A: Business operations 
Module B: Innovation 
Module B: Information and communications technology (ICT) 
Module C: Business practices 
Module C: Employment practices 
Module C: International engagement 
Module C: Business strategy and skills 
Module C: Price and wage setting 
Module C: Regulation 
Module C: Skill needs and recruitment 
Module C: Skills acquisition
Module D: Financial conditions 

Page updated 2 May 2016

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