After a protracted bargaining and the threat of strike action in July - HSWN report on how this offer does not give a living wage to everyone -which is not good for health.
The independent panel recommendations will not solve the impasse it was intended to fix. But the recommendations, and the submission by NZNO did show that there is opportunity — Health Sector Workers Network explain.
The latest offer from the DHBs to NZNO members has been delivered in a way to play into public opinion. Health Sector Workers Network review the misinformation, the tactical move and the missing information from the DHB release
With NZNO members currently voting on whether to strike - this video is a reminder that it is not just NZNO members who will be affected by this vote and that support is wider than just those members voting
With District Health Board (DHB) nurses in the Nurses Union voting no to their latest 2% pay offer, union members need to set some demands. If members expect a certain percentage increase, then there needs to be a clear figure in people’s minds. If this is not clear, then what are people fighting for?
Following increasing questions over “Why is NZNO not in the media?” Health Sector Workers Network look at what part of the Employment Relations Act prevents people from speaking out on health issues or silencing union members during bargaining.