The PSA stands up for the interests of its 58,000 members on a wide range of public campaigns and issues. We campaign for better workplaces that are free of bullying, and for equal pay and conditions.
We have also run campaigns on rights for disabled workers, pensions and the work-life balance. And we are an outspoken opponent of privatisation and other trends that threaten the quality of New Zealand's public services.
More reforms, fewer rights
The Government plans to change the Employment Relations Act 2000. The
proposed changes will undermine collective bargaining and break down
good faith, ultimately giving employers more power to reduce pay and
Find out more here.