PSA Working Life Journal: September 2019


President's Message

President's Message

TĒNĀ KOUTOU E TE IWI O TE PSA

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Vote 2019 NZ!

Vote 2019 NZ!

Vote 2019 is your chance to help shape the future of your community, according to PSA Vice-President and Auckland Council...

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News in Brief

News in Brief

ERO delegate Rory Sudfelt was one of hundreds of union members who turned out for the CTU-Government Forum in Wellington...

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Think Global, Act Local Government

Think Global, Act Local Government

Waikato Regional Council delegate, Deb Hardwicke

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Vote for healthy communities

Vote for healthy communities

That’s why in 2019 we urge you to vote for DHB candidates who support four priorities which are crucial for...

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Let's Bring This Home

Let's Bring This Home

But despite these hard fought victories the income and hours of support workers remain insecure – forcing many to leave...

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Te Ao Tūmatanui: Strengthening the Māori Crown relationship

Te Ao Tūmatanui: Strengthening  the Māori Crown relationship

It includes expectations public service leaders work in partnership with Māori to deliver services that work for Māori, and develop...

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Ask the Minister

Ask the Minister

CH: People will still work in the departments or agencies they work in now.

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PSA says reforms a ‘significant step forward’

PSA says reforms a ‘significant step forward’

While the Government’s plan for public service reform does not reverse many of the neo-liberal elements of the State Sector...

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Equal pay for all

Equal pay for all

We’re pushing for equal pay across our union with the launch of new claims in recent months.

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Suffrage Day: ‘Our members are worth 100% and shouldn’t have to rattle buckets to get it’

Suffrage Day: ‘Our members are worth 100% and shouldn’t have to rattle buckets to get it’

“As a school social worker I’m responsible for more than 600 kids and I earn about the same amount as...

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Mind the gap! Taking action on gender pay

Mind the gap! Taking action on gender pay

Statistics NZ data shows a 9.3% difference in the median hourly earnings of men and women in 2018 - a...

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