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Fair Pay Agreements-set to deliver on real fairness at work [NZCTU-Te Kauae Kamahi] 2021-05-07

Government announces 'Fair Pay Agreements' plan in radical overhaul of New Zealand emloyment laws [Stuff] 2021-05-07

PSA feels betrayed by two more years of pay freeze for public servants [PSA] 2021-05-05

Workers Memorial Day-April 28th [NZPFU-Te Kahui Kaipatuahi O Aotearoa] 2021-04-27

Employment Court finds in bus drivers favour and grants injunction against lockout [NZCTU-Te Kauae Kamahi] 2021-04-24

 VIDEO  Wellington bus lockout to end after court grants injunction against NZ Bus [Stuff] 2021-04-24

CTU, council slam 'appalling' tactics from NZ Bus in locking out striking Wellington bus drivers [The Herald] 2021-04-23

Shock and concern after Wellington bus drivers locked out [Radio New Zealand] 2021-04-22

Urgent action required on cervical cancer self swabbing [ASMS-Toi Mata Hauora] 2021-04-08

Tony Gibson must go as Ports of Auckland CEO [MUNZ] 2021-04-01

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Today's labour news


Why our ships haven't come in 2021-12-23 [Newsroom]

Fair Pay Agreements-a victory for workers 2021-05-09 [E-Tangata]

Public service faces three more years of pay freeze 2021-05-08 [Radio New Zealand]

Governments wage freeze and fair pay policy under fire 2021-05-08 [Radio New Zealand]

Why Jacinda Ardern needs to make a John Key-sized U-turn on pay-sector freeze 2021-05-08 [Stuff]

Hutt Valley High School teachers suffer respiratory illness, principal suspects link to toxic mould 2021-05-08 [Newshub]

Bryce Edwards: the public sector backlash against Labour 2021-05-08 [Newshub]

Fair Pay Agreements good news for employees, but contractors need protection too 2021-05-08 [PSA-Te Pukenga Here Tikanga Mahi]

Pay frezzes and fair pay agreements-unions get their biggest win in decades 2021-05-08 [Stuff]

Labour accused of being 'stuck in the 70s' as business New Zealand calls for Fair Pay Agreements to be terminated 2021-05-08 [Newshub]

Retail industry not happy with 'fair pay proposal', union says they'll come around 2021-05-08 [Newshub]

Fears Kiwi nurses and doctors will leave NZ due to salary freeze 2021-05-07 [Radio New Zealand]

Nurses extremely disappointed at pay freeze announcement 2021-05-07 [NZNO-Toputanga Tapuhi Kaitiaki o Aotearoa]

Senior doctors battle entrenched burnout 2021-05-07 [ASMS-Toi Mata Hauora]

10 weeks for FENZ to decide whether to disclose rosters and work of district managers 2021-05-07 [NZPFU-Te Kahui Kaipatuahi O Aotearoa]

E tu welcomes next step for fair pay agreements 2021-05-07 [E tu union]

Fair Pay Agreements-set to deliver on real fairness at work 2021-05-07 [NZCTU-Te Kauae Kamahi]

Government announces 'Fair Pay Agreements' plan in radical overhaul of New Zealand emloyment laws 2021-05-07 [Stuff]

Pay freeze stretches public sector loyalty 2021-05-07 [Stuff]

Fair Pay Agreements: How does it work and what will it mean for you 2021-05-07 [Stuff]

Police, post-primary teachers unions join criticism of government's public sector pay freezefreeze 2021-05-06 [Radio New Zealand]

Coastal shipping must complement rail and road 2021-05-06 [MUNZ]

Puaotanga-The independent review into primary school staffing-to hold Pasifika community Talanoa in Auckland 2021-05-06 [NZEI-Te Riu Roa]

Fears Kiwi nurses and doctors will leave NZ due to salary freeze 2021-05-06 [The Herald]

Union calls for audit of Kiwirail trains amid slave labour concerns 2021-05-06 [Stuff]

Hundreds of public sector workers angry at Govt's 'appalling' three-year extension to pay freeze 2021-05-05 [Stuff]

Public sector pay restraint a 'kick in the teeth' 2021-05-05 [ASMS-Toi Mata Hauora]

Unions worried about Government's pay freeze for workers fear doctors and nurses will leave New Zealand 2021-05-05 [Newshub]

Government announces three more years of pay restraint for public servants 2021-05-05 [Stuff]

PSA feels betrayed by two more years of pay freeze for public servants 2021-05-05 [PSA]

Unemployment statistics-Covid-19 recovery still uneven 2021-05-05 [NZCTU-Te Kauae Kamahi]

Pay restrictions punish public servants who protected us from Covid-19 2021-05-05 [PSA-Te Pukenga Here Tikanga Mahi]

Crunch time for bus drivers as negotiations between drivers and union near conclusion 2021-05-04 [Stuff]

May Day call for early childhood education workers to be paid fairly 2021-05-02 [NZEI-Te Riu Roa]

Local unions rally today to raise unemployment benefits 2021-05-02 [Unions Otago]

Rail workers call for halt to trade deal with Myanmar 2021-05-01 [RMTU]

Vaccines are essential, but employment rights must be protected 2021-05-01 [PSA-Te Pukenga Here Tikanga Mahi]

PSA welcomes Waitangi Tribunal report, urges action over unsafe workloads 2021-05-01 [PSA-Te Pukenga Here Tikanga Mahi]

Tatou,tatiu e-TEU annual conference 2021-05-01 [TEU-Te Hautu Kahurangi]

Covid-19: Nine customs border workers fired after refusing jab 2021-05-01 [Stuff]

May Day-UTU for workers union-Fight for justice 2021-05-01 [The Daily Blog]

Pasifika education leaders come together for National Pasifika fono 2021-04-30 [NZEI-Te Riu Roa]

Myanmar community and unions join for Auckland May Day rally 2021-04-30 [NZCTU-Te Kauae Kamahi]

Safety progress slow at Auckland Port-Maritime Union 2021-04-30 [Radio New Zealand]

NZPFU advises members not to engage or participate with Behaviour and Conduct office 2021-04-29 [NZPFU-Te Kahui Kaipatuahi O Aotearoa]

Government told to include fully funded ambulance service in health reform 2021-04-29 [Radio New Zealand]

End the failed privatization experiment and nationalize our buses now! 2021-04-29 [First Union]

Wellington bus company owner refused council funds to top up wages: mayor, unions 2021-04-28 [Stuff]

Worker's Memorial Day 2021-04-28 [NZCTU-Te Kauae Kamahi]

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