• Posted on: 13/04/2023
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Te Whatu Ora is undertaking a series of significant change processes – particularly to do with management and leadership structures. Our members and delegates are making their voices heard on how these changes affect them, their work, and ultimately the provision of healthcare in Aotearoa.

Do you work in People and Communications? We'd love to hear from you. 
Right now consultation is open for the revise changes in People and Communications. Let us know what you think by taking our survey to inform the PSA's collective submission to Te Whatu Ora. Whatever you choose to share in the survey will be presented anonymously in the submission. 


What have workers said about the changes?

Together with delegates, the PSA organised collective submissions to present to Te Whatu Ora. Collective submissions are powerful and effective because they combine multiple workers’ perspectives and show a clear and honest view of what workers thing about the proposals, and the way these processes have been undertaken.  

This was an opportunity for workers to share their thoughts on how this process has been undertaken, as well as the proposals themselves. Perspectives were sought through an online survey, and nine forums held with workers – both PSA members and non-members – over one week.

We’ve sent our submissions on the proposals for Commissioning, People and Culture, Pacific Health, Data and Digital, Office of the CEO, Finance, Service Improvement and Innovation, Procurement and Supply Chain, HSS Clinical Leadership, and the National Public Health Service. 

Read the PSA submissions below. You can also find the consultation packs prepared by Te Whatu Ora. ⬇️

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