This study investigates worker exploitation in New Zealand. Cases of  worker exploitation were identified in several key industry sectors and predominantly labour-intensive industries. Six key industry sectors were identified in the initial desk review: construction, dairy, fishing, horticulture and viticulture, hospitality, and prostitution.

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