In this issue we bring you some handy kupu for your workspace - whether you're working in the office or at home.
Home became a workplace for thousands of PSA members during Level 4 lockdown.
It was “humbling” for PSA delegate Jacob Crown to see how everyone stood together to campaign for PPE for care and support workers during the Covid Crisis.
Thousands of PSA members showed the value of what they do as they responded to a global pandemic by delivering essential services during the lockdown.
Within months of arriving in New Zealand, Mandeep Bela was being exploited by his employer.
The Covid-19 pandemic will change our future in ways we cannot yet know.
The Covid crisis has shown us that when New Zealanders pull together we can achieve amazing things.
A new PSA president will be elected by attendees at the PSA Congress in Wellington on November 16-18. Here are the candidates:
Thousands of PSA members work for local authorities around New Zealand.
As we emerge from the COVID crisis, Working Life asks Council of Trade Unions President Richard Wagstaff how we should rebuild for a brighter future
The challenges the world faces to rebuild from the Covid crisis have been laid bare by International Trade Union Confederation General Secretary Sharan Burrow.
Te Runanga o Ngā Toa Āwhina members spread the word about their Mana Wahine treaty claim when they met with some of Labour’s Māori Caucus at Parliament in March.
Delegates at the first hui of the Inland Revenue Rūnanga came away inspired to “do the mahi”.
A new Local Government Rūnanga held its first hui in March.
If a meat inspector from Invercargill can become a PSA President then anybody can.
Rose Lee is not your stereotypical librarian.
As we grapple with the upheaval caused by Covid-19, I see people asking whether now is the right time to talk about climate change.
Mā ngā huruhuru, ka rere te manu
It is the feathers that enable the bird to fly
In our briefs section we reveal what you did in the lockdown, preview the Women's Network Conference, and much more...
Nā Tax Justice Aotearoa
PSA care and support workers took part in a Global Day of Action to demand personal protective equipment, pay and respect in April.
PSA members showed some love for their pets during lockdown - proudly sending in photos of their new office buddies to our PSA Facebook page.
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