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A survey of our wāhine Māori members has revealed appallingly high levels of bias, discrimination and racism in the workplace – so we’re launching a campaign to call it out.
Benedict Ferguson talks about the importance of vaccination in this issue's President's Message.
Our 80,000th PSA member Susan Klock ticked the box to join the union as soon as she started her new job at the Bay of Plenty DHB in February.
Our Covid vaccination webinars, helping flood victims, and a workplace agreement at ERO feature in our News in Brief.
Once again essential workers have been leading the way as we work to contain the spread of Covid-19 in our communities.
We’ve refreshed our strategic goals to strongly reflect our commitment to Te Tiriti and Ngā Kaupapa principles and to combatting climate change.
Tears of joy, sadness and thankfulness were shed as the New Zealand government officially apologised for the Dawn Raids, writes PSA Pasefika co-convenor ‘Ofeina Manuel-Barbarich who represented our union at the historic event.
Housing remains a critical issue for our members - and we’re speaking out about the urgent need to build more state houses.
Work is continuing to eliminate the gender pay gap with the implementation of principles and plans across the public service.
Dallas Macris feels she’s helping to make a difference for women by being part of the PSA public service clerical and admin pay equity team.
Our union’s commitment to action on climate change can be seen in our refreshed strategic goals and the formal recognition of the Eco network in the PSA Rules.
Could bananas be the key to creating a more environmentally friendly dairying system?
The PSA took part in a Global Union Day of Action for Myanmar on September 15.
Insecure work equals insecure income. When people have no idea about their income then it is impossible to plan for the essential costs of life.
A heartfelt thank you to retiring delegate Jenny Goodman from PSA national secretary Kerry Davies.
Hinonga Māngai Māori PSA delegate, Susanne Tapsell is retiring but her legacy at Auckland Council will live on.
We always talk about union members having a say about the way they work and how that affects their clients and communities, but what does that look like in practice?
Our photos from around the union for this issue include the Wellington Women's Network, equal pay increase celebrations for care and support workers, and PSAY youth leadership training.
Carers who look after whānau do outstanding work every day for their loved ones and the wider community.
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