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International Women’s Day 2021

Written by Catherine Fitzsimons on March 8th, 2021.      0 comments


Written by Catherine Fitzsimons on March 8th, 2021

Today on International Women’s Day, let’s take a moment to celebrate our women leaders, acknowledging the contribution they make to their organisations, our society and New Zealand. Let us also celebrate those organisations which have embraced change, who value diversity, treat all staff equitably, pay fairly and provide equality of opportunity.  
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Does Pay Equity Exist?

Written by Don Young and Catherine Fitzsimons on March 3rd, 2021.      0 comments


Written by Don Young and Catherine Fitzsimons on March 3, 2020.

This article was published on https://socialink.org.nz/.

In our experience, most Not for Profit (NFP) organisations would agree that they strive to develop remuneration systems that are:

  • Fair and equitable
  • Defensible
  • Transparent (some more than others)
  • Affordable
Achieving this in good times is a challenge and when the going gets tough, it becomes even harder. Let’s see what that means.

 
Topic: Articles
 

Case Study: The Workshop​

Written by Strategic Pay on March 2nd, 2021.      0 comments


Published March 2021 by Strategic Pay.

Strategic Pay were proud to work with The Workshop to establish internal and external job size relativities, and provided a recommendation based on a balanced view of which market most closely aligned with the organisation’s kaupapa, ability to pay and also best represented the mobility market.

 
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Covid-19 Update: Kia Kaha New Zealand!

Written by Cathy Hendry on March 1st, 2021.      0 comments

Kia Kaha New Zealand!

Another week and another lockdown for Auckland! This is certainly feeling very similar to this time last year; however, we are better equipped and able to respond quicker now to these disruptions.

During this pandemic we have developed a number of guidelines in how we will work within each Alert Level across the country. Throughout each Level we will remain open for business to support both essential and non-essential businesses with the different issues they are facing.

Topic: Covid-19