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  • TEU urges minister to support new domestic violence law

    New Zealanders should have the opportunity to debate a new law giving victims of domestic violence a statutory right to leave or to request flexible working arrangements, a group of ...

  • Treat Her Right equal pay campaign launched

    A new campaign calling for equal pay in the workplace has been launched this week. The online video campaign, ‘Treat Her Right’, has been launched to raise awareness around the issue ...

  • Red bag day approaches

    Women in New Zealand would have to work until 17 February to earn the same amount as men did in the previous year. The date, also known as Equal Pay Day, or ...

  • New workplace rights for domestic violence victims under draft law

    Victims of domestic violence will have a statutory right to request leave or flexible working arrangements under the provisions of new draft legislation to be debated by Parliament. The proposed legislation ...

  • No equal pay means women are working for free

    Tuesday was ‘Work for Free’ day, symbolically representing the day women start working for free for the rest of the year because we do not have equal pay. CTU president Richard ...