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Public Service Association response to NSW wage freeze
Air safety experts deserve a safe workplace: systemic reform urgently needed
PSA to closely monitor Auckland Council voluntary pay cut proposal
Budget supports public services and rejects austerity
ACC risking thousands of essential care and support worker jobs
Invercargill City Council wage cuts cruel, unnecessary and legally questionable
Now more than ever, undervalued admin workers deserve pay and respect
PSA cautiously welcomes PPE review: “We need gloves, not promises”
“Our People Matter”: Telling stories of our essential workers
Home support workers are on front line, so why haven’t they been paid?
Unless changed, MoH guidelines treat community support workers as expendable
Home support workers may refuse unsafe work if PPE not provided
PSA welcomes govt economic package, calls on employers to commit to its implementation
HealthCare NZ makes concessions, but remains committed to harmful job cuts
HealthCare NZ makes concessions, but remains committed to harmful job cuts
Proposed bonfire of regulations will burn ordinary New Zealanders
Mooted public service wage freeze would cripple NSW economy
HealthCare NZ job cuts symptom of deeper crisis in support sector
PSA Welcomes Increased Government Funding For Homeless Support
PSA welcomes decision to keep Concert on FM, calls for jobs to be protected
PSA opposes Healthcare NZ proposal to disestablish up to 200 jobs
Inland Revenue expanding use of temp agencies to undermine pay and conditions
Hawkes Bay home support workers call for care not cutbacks
NIWA science workers end 17-month industrial dispute
Not enough beds, not enough staff: Auckland DHB mental health service in crisis
New approach to criminal justice will make communities safer
PSA welcomes new era for New Zealand’s public service
All workers deserve bereavement leave following miscarriages and stillbirths
After strike, science workers refuse to fill paperwork
In Condolences: Lynn Middleton
Tauranga City Council employees strike for fair pay: “Our patience has run out”
Fair Pay Agreements ‘will improve lives of working New Zealanders’
Government should spend surplus on housing, health and social services
Pasefika union leaders call for urgent climate action
Women still fighting for equality 126 years after suffrage, says DHB admin worker
Mental health funding increase welcome, but New Zealand needs deeper change
Accountability is a core principle of public service
Community social services workers call for equal pay
Government support for homeless a welcome step in right direction
Education reform must prioritise needs of staff and learners
PSA welcomes fairer wage for family carers
Positive Signs for PSA Mana Wahine treaty claim welcomed
New Act brings Public Service into 21st Century
Government calls on AEU to ‘put children first’ and postpone strike until school holidays
Union bosses’ full-day school strike designed to cause maximum chaos for parents, students
Fair Pay Agreements Better for Workers and Good Employers
Access urged to reconsider offer as four-day strike commences
Government offers 2.35% p.a. pay rise for state’s teachers and an extra $13 million for more than 200 highly accomplished…