Nzno Agreements

NZNOThe NZNO is a union and will negotiate for nurses covered by the MECA agreements. Nurses who are not members of the NZNO, but who are required by collective agreements, pay a fee to NZNOwww.nzno.org.nz/ Important collective agreements are available below in the form of FDOs. If your collective agreement is not mentioned here and you would like a copy, please contact our Assistance Centre on 0800 28 38 48 or nurses@nzno.org.nz. The New Zealand State Services Commission describes structural discrimination as “when a whole network of rules and practices disadvantages less powerful groups, while favouring the dominant group.” The result is socio-economic disadvantage and political isolation for those marginalized by this system. Structural discrimination can be involuntary and includes practices that are part of the day-to-day life of the organization and are part of the system. . The College of Nurses is here to help nurses in New Zealand. If you are experiencing financial difficulties, please contact the college administrator or executive director admin@nurse.org.nz or by phone (06) 358 6000. Your information and situation will be treated confidentially and we can arrange membership and insurance coverage depending on your situation. Current members – please inform ASAP of receiving your bill for the fee – please do not wait for your membership to be suspended. Kawerau SS Trust Mountain View July 2019 to March 2021 Kaiawhina and home workers for the elderly in Aotearoa have been underpaid and undervalued for decades. In April 2017, the work of a high-level multi-sector working group and high-level government agencies led to pay equity of $2 billion for 55,000 health care workers and support for Aotearoa for former and disabled housing and community assistance services.

As of July 1, 2017, workers receive a pay increase of 15-50% based on their qualifications and experience. Over the next five years, wage rates will increase between $19 and $27 per hour, increasing home payment by at least $100 per week or more than $5,000 per year. Maori children and youth experience excessive exposure to disease, cultural alienation, socio-economic discrimination and discrimination, institutional racism, deteriorating education and less favourable access to health and social services. Much of this is avoidable, unnecessary and a violation of children`s rights. These inequalities have a considerable cost to our society. Credit Card It is available for annual payments only Poverty in New Zealand – Contextual changes over time Lester Heights Hospital Ltd October 2017 to September 2019 Leslie Groves Hospital and Rest Home August 2019 – September 2020 Yes, we do.

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