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Workers at NZ telehealth services vote to strike for 24 hours for fair pay and respect
PSA Corrections workers overwhelmingly reject settlement offer
PSA concerned about size of cuts to public services
Peter Hughes a strong advocate for public services and public service workers – PSA
Telehealth workers at Whakarongorau Aotearoa to rally for fair pay and respect
Public service workers must help identify savings in Government’s new cost cutting drive
Irresponsible ACT policy threatens independent public service
PSA condemns ACT leader’s comment on Ministry for Pacific Peoples
Allied health workers to rally tonight across Aotearoa for ‘Hour of Power’ calling for urgent action on pay equity
Commitment to pay transparency a long overdue step in the right direction
Care and support workers’ pay equity- race against clock
Cost of slashing public service
Tararua District Council workers strike for fair pay and conditions
Urgent progress needed to ensure a sustained improvement in workplace culture at Parliament
Nurse Maude home care and support workers rally for fair pay and better working conditions
PSA welcomes 365-day plan to support healthcare workers as a start to solve workforce issues
Library and council workers rally for better wages and working conditions
We welcome focus on future of local government
Big pay rise for community-based social workers after winning pay equity extension
Brown’s budget proposal holds public services hostage
Te Whatu Ora listens to PSA and enters further consultation on big health restructure
Community Corrections workers ratify new Collective Agreement
Disabled workers celebrate end of minimum wage discrimination
Auckland Council’s staffing cuts will put the squeeze on vital services and workers
A positive Budget for the public service and public service workers – PSA
Unions celebrate win in maintaining additional sick leave for community-based support workers at Access Community Health
PSA library workers celebrate deal to support longer hours at new Marlborough Library
Rotorua ratepayers not being told all the facts about proposed cuts to services and jobs
Greater investment in home support workers essential to implement winter health plan
The public, staff, and PSA agree: Auckland Council’s service cuts spell disaster
1900 Community Corrections staff continue strike action today
PSA urges Auckland Transport to hit the brakes over planned job cuts for 150
‘National fails to understand importance of the government communicating’
Unions support changed water infrastructure reforms
Corrections staff vote to walk off the job after nine months of bargaining
Community Corrections workers deserve more says PSA
Stop attacking public service workers at a time of crisis Mr Luxon
Early engagement with unions critical for health restructuring to succeed
Nelson disability support workers to strike after employer refuses to budge on pay
PSA pays tribute to Chester Borrows
Strike to save Auckland Citizen’s Advice Bureaus – PSA
Citizens Advice Bureaux supporting Auckland flood victims face cuts
Nelson disability support workers fed up with Te Whatu Ora
Message to new Minister: Workers need Three Waters to succeed
PSA mourns passing of Titiwhai Harawira
PSA and PSA Pasefika Network congratulate Carmel Sepuloni
PSA congratulates new Labour Party Leader Chris Hipkins
Time for National to be honest about cutting public services Kiwis rely on