PSA policy advisor Andrew McCauley and PSA President Benedict Ferguson appearing before the Māori Affairs Select Committee on the Matariki Bil
PSA senior policy advisor Kirsten Windelov and PSA national secretary Erin Polaczuk speaking to the Education and Workforce select committee about pay transparency
At the beginning of 2021, I doubt anyone imagined we would be in the situation we are in right now in Aotearoa.
Members of the PSA Deaf and Disabled network say the new Ministry for Disabled People must employ, represent and consult with people with all disabilities.
Kua hinga te tōtara i te wao tapu nui a Tāne, te hunga kua mene ki te pō.
Unions can help reverse the growing class division in Aotearoa argues economist Max Rashbrooke in his new book.
Here are some kupu hararei to add to your kōrero over the festive break!
An ambitious new plan aims to close pay gaps for women, Māori, Pacific peoples, and other ethnic groups across the public service and crown entities including DHBs.
DHB members went to Parliament in October to push for the speedy resolution of their equal pay claims.
Last month on the eve of COP26, the government set out its updated international commitments to reduce emissions – which have been heavily criticised for outsourcing our responsibilities.
Every year the PSA educates hundreds of delegates to support members in the workplace, so being able to moving training online during Covid disruptions has been a priority.
Thanks to the PSA winners of Public Service Day Awards who have shown outstanding service to their communities in 2021.
The Department of Conservation has been praised for having one of the best industrial relationships in the public service.
Imagine a world where all of us, no matter where we work or what we do, are safe from violence and harassment.
The government’s reform of our health system is drawing closer.
Changes to labour laws in Qatar in the leadup to the 2022 FIFA World Cup show how international sporting events can help promote human rights.
A wheelchair has proved no barrier to Dr Gerald Rys continuing a distinguished career in agriculture and science that’s been recognised with a Public Service Medal.
When Sripriya Somasekhar received the NZ Public Service Medal, her citation declared she “lives and breathes” her commitment to inclusion and diversity.
The last few months have been amongst the toughest of the pandemic for Aotearoa, and our members have continued to go above and beyond to support their communities. Here are a few of your stories.
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