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District Health Boards

Framework for bargaining

Click here to read the framework for bargaining for the 2013 round of negotiations.



 

Workload survey results

These are the findings of a recent workload survey of PSA members at :
Auckland DHB -  click to read now
Counties Manukau DHB -click to read now.
Waitemata DHB - click to read now..


 

Your MECA

Read your MECA here:

 

DHB Allied Public Health and Technical AUCKLAND

DHB Allied Public Health Technical (except AUCKLAND)

DHB Clerical NORTHERN

DHB Clerical LOWER NORTH ISLAND

DHB Clerical MIDLANDS

DHB Clerical SOUTH ISLAND

DHB Mental Health and Public Nursing (except AucklandRegion)

DHB Nursing AUCKLAND

 


Ratification results

To read the ratification results in your area click here.

 


 

  

Ratification ballots

Ballots to ratify the settlement for the eight MECAs covering PSA members will begin on 28 November and close on 9 December 2011.The proposed changes to the MECAs are set out in the Terms of Settlement.

 

 


 

Latest e-pulse

The newsletter for PSA members employed by district health boards.

 

2012

E Pulse August 2012 - Auckland DHB 

E Pulse 24 July 2012 - Auckland DHB 

E Pulse 9 July - Auckland DHB 

E Pulse 27 April 2012
E Pulse 19 March 2012

E Pulse February 14 2012 

 

2011

E Pulse 16 November 2011

E Pulse ratification result - next steps 18 October

Read the latest E-pulse bargaining update - 12 September. Click here.

Read the latest E-Pulse for Allied. Click here.

Read the latest E-Pulse for Clerical Administration. Click here.

Read the latest E-Pulse for Mental Health. Click here.

Read the latest better together update from CTU. Click here.

Read the latest E-Pulse on the bargaining fee. Click here.

 


Selection Criteria for PSA DHB Bargaining Teams

The selction criteria for PSA DHB Bargaining Teams can be found here 


Health relationship agreement signed

Unions, employers and government signed the ground-breaking Health Relationship Agreement on 1 September 2008. The agreement sets the framwework for constructive engagement at all levels to improve jobs, productivity and the quality of health services. Read it here