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    #NoPayDay campaign signals wāhine to put down their tools for gender pay gap

    Global Women, a collective of New Zealand's most influential leaders advocating for equity and equality, have today, for the second year in a row, called on its members and community to "down tools

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    Oranga Tamariki staff to strike

    Oranga Tamariki staff have voted to strike on four Fridays, starting from October 28, after turning down a pay offer from management.

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    RSE worker cap increased, workers given sick leave

    The government has increased its Recognised Seasonal Employer Scheme (RSE) workers cap by 3,000 places to 19,000 workers from countries in the Pacific bringing workforce relief to horticulture and

  4. Video for Kawerau Pulp Mill and union workers agree on pay deal; lockout ends
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    Kawerau Pulp Mill and union workers agree on pay deal; lockout ends

    Pulp and Paper Workers Union workers at Kawerau met today and accepted a pay deal recommended by the Employment Relations Authority.

  5. Video for New report shows billion dollar boost to economy if gender-parity action is taken
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    New report shows billion dollar boost to economy if gender-parity action is taken

    Gender diversity is the answer to New Zealand's talent crisis – that’s the findings of a new report by Champions For Change, a coalition of New Zealand's top chief executives and chairs who are com

  6. Video for Essity takes its Kawerau mill staff to court over strike
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    Essity takes its Kawerau mill staff to court over strike

    A company-imposed lockout at a Kawerau mill that has prevented 145 members of the Pulp and Paper Workers union from going to work has taken a strange turn.

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    Wage subsidy programme essential to Manurewa Marae effort

    The government is hailing the success of the Mana in Mahi programme, an initiative run by the Ministry of Social Development designed to help people on a benefit into new careers by paying wage sub

  8. Video for Ask for pay rises, expert says, as Māori unemployment rate at record low
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    Ask for pay rises, expert says, as Māori unemployment rate at record low

    Māori unemployment is at a record low dropping down to 5.4 percent from almost 8 percent last year - the lowest it has been since modern records began in 1986.

  9. Video for Making horticulture an industry to bring whānau back to their Wairoa whenua
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    Making horticulture an industry to bring whānau back to their Wairoa whenua

    A Hawke's Bay iwi is hoping horticulture will be the drawcard to keep whānau from leaving their rohe and eventually bring other whānau back home.

  10. Video for A four-day work week so kaimahi Māori don't burn out
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    A four-day work week so kaimahi Māori don't burn out

    Professor Jarrod Haar's current research is primarily focused on Māori burnout. He hopes Māori organisations will consider taking on his research.

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