Te Mahere Whai Mahi Wāhine: Women’s Employment Action Plan was launched today by Minister for Women, Jan Tinetti, with the goal of ensuring New Zealand is a great place for women to work.
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Nurse fired for calling vaccines 'murderous' on Facebook
A nurse who was fired after describing the Covid-19 vaccine as "murderous" on her Facebook page has lost an appeal against what she labelled an unfair dismissal.
Māori in Auckland lost nearly 30% of jobs- new report
Auckland Council's Independent Māori Statutory Board has commissioned a report based on whānau Māori who have lost their jobs in Tāmaki Makaurau because of Covid-19, particularly in this over-120 d
No jab, No job is legal, employment lawyer says
The New Zealand Principals’ Federation says teachers are already quitting across the motu.
'Government not delivering jobs for Māori'- National Party
Government delay means more Māori are at greater risk of long-term unemployment, National's employment spokesman Louise Upston says. However, Employment Minister Carmel Sepuloni says Māori continue to be a priority for the government.
Trades training funding boost but Maori and Pasifika hit a brick wall
Lack of skilled tutors for Maori and Pasifika trades training.
Ngāpuhi man claims being denied job for being Māori
Jacke Pere says he was denied the job from the director, named Happy Roomi, for being Māori.
Auckland Action Against Poverty calls for end to benefit sanctions
While the benefit sanction for mothers who don't name the fathers of their children has gone, many other sanctions remain.
Meat workers union wants more paid sick leave
National secretary Daryl Carran says the need for sick leave has been brought into sharp focus with Covid-19 and the legal minimum paid sick leave to increase from five days to 10.
Is the government working to get women back to mahi?
Marama Davidson says her fellow MP, Julie-Ann Genter, wanted the government to put women at the forefront of their Covid-19 reset.