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MBIE advised the government against making it compulsory for employers and employees that fall under a Fair Pay Agreement to engage in collective bargaining
8th Jul 21, 3:37pm
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MBIE advised the government against making it compulsory for employers and employees that fall under a Fair Pay Agreement to engage in collective bargaining
Chris Trotter argues that Labour has thrown out the old Political Rule Book, and that the new game they’re playing is no longer called 'Democracy' but 'Holding On To Power At All Costs'
10th May 21, 9:33am
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Chris Trotter argues that Labour has thrown out the old Political Rule Book, and that the new game they’re playing is no longer called 'Democracy' but 'Holding On To Power At All Costs'
Government to introduce legislation to enable workers to force employers to engage in collective bargaining; Unions over the moon; Businesses worried about compulsory participation
7th May 21, 1:13pm
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Government to introduce legislation to enable workers to force employers to engage in collective bargaining; Unions over the moon; Businesses worried about compulsory participation
PSA National Secretary Erin Polaczuk calls for a commitment to universal basic services for all New Zealanders via the Aotearoa Wellbeing Commitment
15th Aug 20, 9:59am
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PSA National Secretary Erin Polaczuk calls for a commitment to universal basic services for all New Zealanders via the Aotearoa Wellbeing Commitment
Unionists pushing for fair pay agreements get another consultation document rather than the draft legislation they were hoping for; National says the Government needs to stop stalling and can the idea altogether
17th Oct 19, 2:07pm
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Unionists pushing for fair pay agreements get another consultation document rather than the draft legislation they were hoping for; National says the Government needs to stop stalling and can the idea altogether
Winston Peters tells unionists wanting a fair pay agreement framework legislated that change can't happen overnight; Jacinda Ardern says the Government's still 'consensus building' and fair pay agreements are part of a 'longer-term solution'
15th Oct 19, 4:36pm
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Winston Peters tells unionists wanting a fair pay agreement framework legislated that change can't happen overnight; Jacinda Ardern says the Government's still 'consensus building' and fair pay agreements are part of a 'longer-term solution'
Jim Bolger chaired group details a proposed fair pay agreements system in report to Workplace Relations and Safety Minister Iain Lees-Galloway
31st Jan 19, 10:08am
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Jim Bolger chaired group details a proposed fair pay agreements system in report to Workplace Relations and Safety Minister Iain Lees-Galloway
Peter Dunne says nobody wants to see a return to the once-common pattern of industrial disputes
13th Dec 18, 9:46am
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Peter Dunne says nobody wants to see a return to the once-common pattern of industrial disputes
Insurance Council of New Zealand cautions those who might be affected by Air New Zealand pre-Christmas strike disruption that their travel insurance might not cover them for financial costs
12th Dec 18, 1:41pm
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Insurance Council of New Zealand cautions those who might be affected by Air New Zealand pre-Christmas strike disruption that their travel insurance might not cover them for financial costs
Chris Trotter says employment law reform changes leave Labour’s ideological nakedness covered, business lobbyists quietly satisfied & Winston Peters claiming credit
3rd Dec 18, 9:48am
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Chris Trotter says employment law reform changes leave Labour’s ideological nakedness covered, business lobbyists quietly satisfied & Winston Peters claiming credit
Proposed employment relations law tweaked to give employers a way out of multi-employer collective agreements
27th Nov 18, 3:22pm
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Proposed employment relations law tweaked to give employers a way out of multi-employer collective agreements
Peter Dunne says when the Govt Budget is in surplus, the focus comes much more onto the quality and overall value of the new spending being proposed, and that requires Ministers to make some very strong judgements
11th Oct 18, 8:48am
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Peter Dunne says when the Govt Budget is in surplus, the focus comes much more onto the quality and overall value of the new spending being proposed, and that requires Ministers to make some very strong judgements
Motu research analysts on starting trade wars, football, hitting a plateau in life expectancy and sports records, various office squabbles, physics envy, questions about the value of teaching, and their favourite playground for data visualisation
27th Jul 18, 10:02am
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Motu research analysts on starting trade wars, football, hitting a plateau in life expectancy and sports records, various office squabbles, physics envy, questions about the value of teaching, and their favourite playground for data visualisation
MBIE & IRD staff to strike next month, with nurses also striking and primary teachers mulling possible industrial action in August
25th Jun 18, 3:31pm
by Jason Walls
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MBIE & IRD staff to strike next month, with nurses also striking and primary teachers mulling possible industrial action in August
The Government has a plan to establish sector-wide Fair Pay Agreements, which will see unions and employers working to set minimum hours and wage conditions
5th Jun 18, 2:59pm
by Jason Walls
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The Government has a plan to establish sector-wide Fair Pay Agreements, which will see unions and employers working to set minimum hours and wage conditions
Workplace Relations and Safety Minister Iain Lees-Galloway unveils start of 'progressive' programme for changes to workplace relations
25th Jan 18, 12:55pm
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Workplace Relations and Safety Minister Iain Lees-Galloway unveils start of 'progressive' programme for changes to workplace relations
Ryan Greenaway-McGrevy says signatories to the TPPA will undoubtedly interpret the labyrinth of regulations in a manner that best suits them and the special interests to which they are beholden
31st Mar 16, 9:03am
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Ryan Greenaway-McGrevy says signatories to the TPPA will undoubtedly interpret the labyrinth of regulations in a manner that best suits them and the special interests to which they are beholden
Ryan Greenaway-McGrevy says time will tell whether the TPPA will be the vanguard of workers’ rights that President Obama hopes it will be
24th Mar 16, 8:07am
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Ryan Greenaway-McGrevy says time will tell whether the TPPA will be the vanguard of workers’ rights that President Obama hopes it will be
Edward Miller on coal’s terminal decline, climate change & poverty, global growth, a John Key smell test, Greek workers let down, Dilbert & more
13th Nov 15, 10:02am
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Edward Miller on coal’s terminal decline, climate change & poverty, global growth, a John Key smell test, Greek workers let down, Dilbert & more
Paul Barber on inequality issues and how they relate to obesity, gender, executive pay, unions, zero-hours contracts and the digital divide; Dilbert & more
20th Mar 15, 10:49am
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Paul Barber on inequality issues and how they relate to obesity, gender, executive pay, unions, zero-hours contracts and the digital divide; Dilbert & more
ANZ expects more strikes as First Union dispute continues, but says union doesn't even have the support of the majority of its own members
18th Dec 14, 5:04pm
ANZ expects more strikes as First Union dispute continues, but says union doesn't even have the support of the majority of its own members
Labour up 3% in Roy Morgan's latest poll, National down 3.5% but would still be comfortably re-elected
15th Dec 14, 10:24am
Labour up 3% in Roy Morgan's latest poll, National down 3.5% but would still be comfortably re-elected
The NZ Initiative's Jason Krupp argues Australia is an example of what not to do when it comes to labour law
4th Nov 14, 9:17am
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The NZ Initiative's Jason Krupp argues Australia is an example of what not to do when it comes to labour law
ANZ NZ CEO David Hisco says First Union led strikes causing no disruption to customers because not many staff are striking
31st Oct 14, 3:49pm
ANZ NZ CEO David Hisco says First Union led strikes causing no disruption to customers because not many staff are striking
First Union's Maxine Gay says ANZ should be a leader in promoting work-life balance because bank work is predictable
28th Oct 14, 5:08pm
First Union's Maxine Gay says ANZ should be a leader in promoting work-life balance because bank work is predictable