Working life in New Zealand: The Big Issues

Working life in New Zealand: The Big Issues

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14 November 2019 from 1.30 pm - 3.30 pm 14 Nov 2019 1:30 pm 14 Nov 2019 3:30 pm

Room RHMZ06, Mezzanine Floor, Rutherford House, Lambton Quay, Wellington

Professor Jane Parker, MPOWER, ‘New Zealand Working Life Profile’
Professor Jim Arrowsmith, MPOWER, ‘The Living Wage in New Zealand and Gender’
Dr Stephen Blumenfeld, CLEW, ‘Fair Pay Agreements’
Dr Rose Ryan, MBIE, Discussant

Working life in NZ is in transition, reflecting recent and imminent regulatory, policy and workplace changes. In this seminar, academic and government representatives will discuss research and developments in our working life, with specific reference to fair pay agreements/collective agreements and the Living Wage. With panel discussion, networking and Q&A sessions, audience engagement and discussion is encouraged, with a view to considering the nature of the future NZ workplace.

Fee: $40 (or $70 if you also attend Gender Equity in the Public Services: The Trans-Tasman Experience)

Register with credit card payment on our payment portal.

For other forms of payment and further information contact clew-events@vuw.ac.nz