Tag: Gender Pay Gap


“We always have tamariki at heart”

“We always have tamariki at heart”

Supporting tamariki and whānau to thrive is something we all want to strive for - but some of Aotearoa’s most needed workers are undervalued for this important mahi.

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Wearing purple for library workers

Wearing purple for  library workers

Library workers and their supporters wore purple on May 13, to mark the second anniversary of our library assistants pay equity claim.

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A giant whose shoulders we stand on

A giant whose shoulders we stand on

Elizabeth Orr was a leader in pay equity and equal pay in Aotearoa for more than 50 years.

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Challenging the Norm

Challenging the Norm

Working mum Pip Bennett decided to research gender norms after becoming frustrated that everything was being left to her.

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Life in Lockdown

Life in Lockdown

Home became a workplace for thousands of PSA members during Level 4 lockdown.

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Working for Free

Working for Free

From November 18 New Zealand women effectively began working for free until the end of the year because of the 11.9% pay gap between men and women.

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