The Young Workers Resource Centre is the ONLY organisation committed to making sure young people understand their employment rights and sup
We're making sure the youth of today fully understand their entitlements and obligations at work. Thousands of young people enter the workforce vulnerable to exploitation because they are clueless when it comes to the laws around employment. YWRC educators travel around the North Island empowering youth with knowledge and providing support and advice to those facing adversity in their employment.
YWRC is a tiny organisation that punches well above it's weight. With only 1.5 staff at the best of times we still manage to deliver over 120 workshops annually and provide support to over 100 young clients facing work issues. Despite our size we are recognised by media as the leading entity around employment legislation that affects youth.
The Young Workers' Resource Centre (YWRC) is dedicated to supporting rangitahi through meaningful employment experiences through employment education workshops.
Founded on 2nd September 1993, our primary objective is to provide education, information and assistance to young people about workplace issues. Our vision is for young people to be empowered in the workplace in a way that enhances well-being, fosters understanding and creates positive change in workplace relationships.
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