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Public sector gender pay gap 'may be improving - but still much work to do'

A slight decrease in the gender pay gap is heartening, but it’s too early to break out the champagne, the PSA says.

Just Imagine: The robots will take our jobs - what next?

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Eight signs you're a bad boss

A manager has a wide range of responsibilities, from setting clear expectations, to making sure business goals are met or even exceeded.

Wellington rail workers strike to defend their working conditions - RMTU

Workers employed by Transdev Wellington and Hyundai Rotem on Wellington’s passenger rail network have voted overwhelmingly in favour of taking industrial action to defend their terms and conditions of employment.

51% say getting away from the boss was a motivating factor in a resignation

One in two New Zealanders have left a job to get away from a direct manager.

Employees 'must be offered additional work before new staff are hired'

In a determination of the Employment Relations Authority released yesterday, it was held that Wendy’s was required to offer Rosemary Williams additional hours of work before it hired new staff.

Decision to scrap pay equity bill 'a positive step'

The new government has moved quickly to scrap National’s flawed Equal Pay and Pay Equity Bill, a decision that was welcomed by the Tertiary Education Union as a positive step towards making sure women are paid fairly for the work they do.

New conversations about wages needed in New Zealand - CTU

Council of Trade Unions President Richard Wagstaff today called on the Government and industry leaders to open up conversations about new ways of deciding on wages that work better for working people.

Lack of women in leadership contributes to 'leaky pipeline'

New research shows a fifth of our organisations have leadership teams that are more than 75 per cent male, and it’s impacting their ability to retain their talented female staff, says Diversity Works New Zealand Chief Executive Bev Cassidy-Mackenzie.

Equal pay about to boost New Zealand communities - CTU

New Zealand Council of Trade Unions Vice President Rachel Mackintosh said today that she had woken up full of excitement for New Zealand women, their families and communities following the announcement of the new coalition Government.

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