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Government releases paper on FPAs – progress made, but more work needed
Welfare reform key to a just transition that is inclusive and fair
Election of CTU officers
President’s address, Richard Wagstaff: CTU Conference 2019
CTU releases agenda to achieve a just transition
CTU Welcomes Wellness Focus in Government Economic Plan
People Power for our Planet: NZCTU calls on employers to release staff to support Climate Strike
Suffrage Day – 126 years since women won vote… surely it’s time for equal pay
Changes to working visas
Union pay premium, 2019
Government continues to fail hardworking Tasmanians
Gender Pay Imbalance – call for PM to take action
2019 Health Budget Analysis – Has Government Budgeted enough for health of New Zealanders?
CTU welcomes lowest unemployment rate in a decade
Company profits rising, wage shares falling
More homes: a public good
Working people encourage students to take climate strike action 20 – 27 September
CTU Rūnanga calling on Fletchers to return sacred Ihumātao
Making work better – Fair Pay Agreements
CTU Women’s Conference – Wāhine Toa
Fair Pay Agreements and retail sector
Wellbeing Survey shows Fair Pay Agreements are part of solution
Fair Pay Agreements Better for Workers and Good Employers
Fair Pay Agreements will make working life better for all Kiwis
New International Convention focused on making workplaces free from violence and harassment
Economy steady but need to prepare for change
Australia Post celebrates principle of equal pay
Government supports collective bargaining for those working in film and screen industry
New appointments to WorkSafe Board
CTU welcomes initiative to progress discussions in education
CTU Budget Report 2019
Ombudsman respects independent minimum wage decision
CTU welcomes Wellbeing Budget as a good start
Australian Climate Roundtable renews its commitment to successful action on climate change
Relaxing of borrowing constraint welcome, but broader review needed
Vote Health needs an extra $1.3 billion just to stand still, research reveals
PTOM fix a welcome reform of a ridiculous system
Condolence book for Hon Bob Hawke
Auckland rail workers suspended; an employer trend?
Big business attacks low paid
Just Transition Summit
Welfare report offers hope – CTU
Union officials detained by Fijian police
Union leaders arrested by Fijian authorities
Finding enough revenue and ‘Wellbeing Budget’
CTU concerned by research findings in tertiary sector
International Workers Day, May Day; outlook improving for working Kiwis
Bus drivers to get breaks thanks to MOU