Female public servants in New Zealand ‘working for free’ until July, due to pay gap

Women in New Zealand’s public service have this week started to work effectively for free until the end of June due to the 14% wage gap, the country’s public sector union has claimed.

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Katrina Casey announced as new acting chief executive of New Zealand’s education department

New Zealand’s outgoing state services commissioner Iain Rennie has appointed Katrina Casey as acting education chief to fill a post due to be vacated by his successor.

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