There were sharp increases in the number of strikes in 1951 (during the nationwide waterfront dispute) and the 1980s (due to a decline in the influence of the compulsory arbitration system). However, the number of industrial disputes in New Zealand has generally been low by world standards.
Source: Department of Labour
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