Monthly Archives: May 2017

SSC MEDIA STATEMENT

SSC MEDIA STATEMENT                    30 May 2017  New Chief Executives appointed for Ministry for Pacific Peoples and Ministry for Women State Services Commissioner Peter Hughes has today announced the appointment of two … Continue reading

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Submission on The Care and Support Worker (Pay Equity) Settlement Bill

29th May 2017 Health Select Committee Parliament Building Wellington 6140 New Zealand E-mail: health@parliament.govt.nz Re:       Submission on The Care and Support Worker (Pay Equity) Settlement Bill The submission is from the NZ Federation of Business and Professional Women (BPW NZ) … Continue reading

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Bullying, harassment a problem for a third of Kiwi workforce – survey

5 hours ago More than a third of respondents identified bullying and harassment as a significant workplace issue, the latest NZ Diversity Survey shows. The figure of 36 percent in the April survey was up from 26 percent last October. … Continue reading

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Submission on the Family and Whānau Violence Legislation Bill

24th May 2017 Justice and Electoral Committee Parliament Building Wellington 6140 New Zealand E-mail: Justice.Electoral@parliament.govt.nz Re:          Submission on the Family and Whānau Violence Legislation Bill This submission is from the NZ Federation of Business and Professional Women (BPW NZ) Inc. … Continue reading

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Treat her right

We need your voice, and as many voices as possible, so we can turn up the volume on this issue. Politicians need to hear from all New Zealanders that it’s no longer 1972. It’s 2017 and it’s time for New … Continue reading

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Kids explain why women are paid less than men

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Tipping – bad for all, worse for women

Monday, 22 May 2017 Tipping – bad for all, worse for women at 9:06 pm by Julie If you ever notice that I say chicken oddly, then know that it is because I worked at a fast food outlet called … Continue reading

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Submission on Consumers’ Right to Know (Country of Origin of Food) Bill

18th May 2017 To the Committee Secretariat, Primary Production Committee Parliament Building Wellington Primary.Production@parliament.govt.nz Online: Re: Submission on Consumers’ Right to Know (Country of Origin of Food) Bill Submission The submission is from the NZ Federation of Business and Professional … Continue reading

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Submission on the Draft Employment (Pay Equity and Equal Pay) Exposure Bill

11th May 2017 To the Ministry of Business Innovation and Employment Employment Relations Policy Ministry of Business, Innovation & Employment PO Box 1473 Wellington 6140 New Zealand Wellington E-mail: EmploymentRelations@mbie.govt.nz Re: Submission on the Draft Employment (Pay Equity and Equal … Continue reading

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Missed opportunity for Govt to support women

Wednesday, 10 May 2017 9:08 pm | Green Party Press Release Missed opportunity for Govt to support women Women have been denied the opportunity to know when they are being underpaid, by a Government that is not prioritising women’s issues, … Continue reading

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