Struggling to keep young people safe: striking psychologists say they're overloaded

Today's labour news

High house prices 'a threat to the middle class' 2020-01-19 [Otago Daily Times]

Spiralling DHB deficits prove the pie is too small 2020-01-19 [ASMS-Toi Mata Hauora]

Rising regions make NZ's housing market less affordable 2020-01-19 [Fairfax Media]

Nurses feel the squeeze of unaffordable housing 2020-01-19 [Radio New Zealand]

Auckland sonographer's strike puts patients at risk of 'record' waits and delays-union 2020-01-17 [Fairfax Media]

Kia ora koutou-a quick look at the year ahead 2020-01-16 [ASMS-Toi Mata Hauora]

Sudden closure of sawmills shows intervention needed 2020-01-15 [First Union]

Emergency department staff slam DHB for refusing to release report 2020-01-15 [Fairfax Media]

Famillies are struggling to get by and tax tweaks won't fix it 2020-01-15 [Fairfax Media]

Two years since equal pay settlement home support workers still struggling 2020-01-14 [PSA-Te Pukenga Here Tikanga Mahi]

60 Putaruru sawmill staff lose jobs, told over Christmas break 2020-01-14 [NZ Herald]

Employer exploiting workers via a sham business is fined again 2020-01-14 []

Auckland bus drivers not ruling out future action after NZ Bus talks fail 2020-01-12 [Fairfax Media]

Hawkes Bay home support workers call for care not cutbacks 2020-01-12 [PSA-Te Pukenga Here Tikanga Mahi]

Controversial Christchurch water-bottling plant looks set to ramp up again 2020-01-10 [Fairfax Media]

Worker pub ban slammed as 'massive overreach' 2020-01-09 [Otago Daily Times]

2020 shocker: Five 'preventable' workplace deaths in six days 2020-01-09 [Fairfax Media]

Historian and author Dick Scott dies on New Years Day 2020-01-08 [NZ Herald]

'Living from pay cheque to pay cheque despite having a professional career - this isn't right' 2020-01-06 [Stuff]

Most employees don't think they're paid what they're worth - survey 2020-01-06 [NewsHub]

Wages up, but not enough to balance living costs - union 2020-01-06 [Radio New Zealand]

Nurse breaks silence over public sector health crisis 2020-01-02 [Radio New Zealand]

Work underway on Rununga Miners Hall 2019-12-29 [Greymouth Star]

Dozens claim sexual harassment, assault at Restaurant Brands fast food stores 2019-12-27 [Unite Union]

Worker fired for declining face scan awarded $23,200 2019-12-26 [Fairfax Media]

Struggling to keep young people safe: striking psychologists say they're overloaded 2019-12-26 [Stuff]

Supermarket workers protest for living wage 2019-12-26 [The Daily Times]

Christmas Eve strikes: Supermarket workers taking industrial action over failed bargaining 2019-12-25 [Radio New Zealand]

Christmas Eve supermarket workers wear stickers over failed bargaining 2019-12-24 [Radio New Zealand]

Seasons greetings 2019-12-23 [ASMS-Toi Mata Hauora]

Union claims Bunnings workers 'shocked' to find they will be without a job two days after Christmas 2019-12-23 [TVNZ]

Bunnings' Waikanae and Te Aroha store closures 'came put of the blue' for workers-union 2019-12-23 [Radio New Zealand]

Pacific migrant workers can now access measles vaccine in New Zealand 2019-12-22 [Radio New Zealand]

Working people welcoming minimum wage increase 2019-12-22 [CTU]

Economy serving working Kiwis better 2019-12-22 [CTU]

Protections for all contractors needed 2019-12-22 [CTU]

Government committment to the future of will save lives and combat climate change 2019-12-20 [RMTU]

Equal pay for DHB admin & clerical 2019-12-20 [PSA-Te Pukenga Here Tikanga Mahi]

Workers kick off nationwide living wage t-shirt protest 2019-12-20 [FIRST Union]

Lack of sprinklers in 31 fire stations 'mind-blowing', union says 2019-12-19 [Fairfax Media]

Another much needed minimum wage increase 2019-12-19 [E tu union]

Minimum wage to be increased to $18.90 an hour 2019-12-18 [Radio New Zealand]

Minimum wage will rise to $18.90 in 2020 2019-12-18 [Stuff]

International trade unions bring spotlight to Port of Auckland automation plans 2019-12-17 [ITF]

Tribute to ASMS members in the wake of the Whakaari tragedy 2019-12-16 [ASMS-Toi Mata Hauora]

Controversial phosphate cargo finally unloads in Dunedin 2019-12-16 [NZ Herald]

Concern NZ Bus hired migrant workers without fixing conditions-union 2019-12-16 [Radio New Zealand]

Holiday park and owner fined $680,350 for worker exploitation 2019-12-16 [Fairfax media]

New Christchurch justice precinct needs too many repairs and too small, union says 2019-12-15 [Radio New Zealand]

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