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1 April changes raise incomes for 1.4 million New Zealanders
Action plan to tackle modern forms of slavery released
New COVID-19 Payment Supports Businesses
2022 Matariki holiday date announced
Govt committed to improving safety in wake of Whakaari White Island tragedy
Govt delivering better wages for lowest paid
Kaikōura rebuild reaches finish line
Govt to protect security guards
Safer sick leave a step closer
Bill introduced to support workers with 10 days sick leave
Greens call for decent working conditions for all horticulture workers
More accessible pay equity measures come into force
New Workplace Relations Minister Welcomed
Eligibility expanded for COVID-19 leave support
Greens will push next term for Government to expand dignified income beyond public service with Fair Pay Agreements
Banking sector first to be Living Wage Accredited
Stronger enforcement and protection for migrant workers
Equal Pay Amendment Bill Passes with Unanimous Support
PM statement on Iain Lees-Galloway
Six months with baby and $20 more a week for new parents
Keeping work safe and fair during and post COVID-19
90-day trials should be fully reinstated
COVID-19 leave support for workers extended
Essential workers leave scheme established
Thousands of jobs at risk as Government takes aim at film industry
Another step towards restoring rights for screen production workers
Small businesses will feel sting of minimum wage rise
Minimum wage increase will cost jobs, hurt SMEs
Fairer pay with minimum wage rise for quarter of a million workers
Better protections for vulnerable contractors
Reducing exploitation of migrant and student workers with online learning
Protecting fairness for workers and businesses
New ERA Chief appointed
Innovation in health and safety projects
Bridges thanks Guy, announces minor reshuffle
Keeping workers safe and supporting businesses to do it
Evidence FPAs are compulsory unionism by stealth
Health and safety scholarships round opens
Compulsory unionisation needs to be ruled out
Pay bump for new parents
Ratifying convention to prevent forced labour
Minister to attend ILO Centenary
Hobbit law restrictions bad for economy
Restoring rights for screen sector workers
Supporting working women with pay equity: next steps
Rights restored for working New Zealanders
New rule to help keep bus services running
Minimum wage hike will cost jobs, slow growth