New Zealand trade unions

a report on discussions and events in, 1974
  • 11 Pages
  • 2.43 MB
  • English
Inter-Church Trade and Industry Mission , [Auckland]
Labor unions -- Australia -- Congresses., Industrial relations -- Australia -- Congre



StatementInter-Church Trade and Industry Mission.
LC ClassificationsHD6935.5 .I57 1975
The Physical Object
Pagination11 p. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4939361M
LC Control Number76366639

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Author: H. Roth. Genre/Form: Bibliography Bibliographie: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Roth, Herbert Otto, New Zealand trade unions.

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• At Marchthere were registered unions in New Zealand with a total ofmembers. • Just over 18% of all employees are union members - down from 21% in Ken Douglas, president of the New Zealand Council of Trade Unions (CTU), has been awarded one of the top national honours--the New Zealand Order of Merit--in the traditional New Year's list.

The. Right to work in New Zealand A union is an organisation that supports employees in the workplace by acting as an advocate for them collectively (and with the consent of the employee, individually).

Unions bargain for collective employment agreements with employers and help employees with information and advice about work-related issues. Brief History.

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Academic Josephine F. Milburn argues that socialist theories were introduced by immigrant workers with experience in the British labour movement. Their ideas were not widely accepted, however. The Liberal government that was dominant rejected socialism but it supported unions and the Liberal Government of New Zealand set up the country's welfare.

The New Zealand Council of Trade Unions (NZCTU) is a national trade union centre in New Zealand. The NZCTU representsworkers, and is the largest democratic organisation in New Zealand. It was formed in by the merger of the New Zealand Federation of Labour (NZFL or FOL) and the Combined State Unions (CSU).

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In the FoL and the Public Service Association recognised their weakness and united in a new organisation, the Council of Trade Unions (CTU). After a fierce debate and an astonishingly close vote –to– Māori and women were given separate representation on the national executive and at all levels.

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From the early s. More recently, in response to the New Zealand government's support of the Kyoto Protocol to the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change, the New Zealand Council of Trade Unions has generally supported a sustainable development framework; however, the CTU has also emphasized that there must be a "just transition" in place for workers, their.

Trade Unions in the Epoch of Imperialist Decay. An exceptional book that should be read by everyone who abhors and recognises the evils of capitalism and recognises the vital necessity of a strong, honest and disciplined trade union movement.”—Jock Barnes, veteran New Zealand trade union leader Introduction by Farrell Dobbs, photos.

We are proud to provide New Zealand electrical workers with an opportunity to achieve some of the highest rates of pay as well as the best terms and conditions of employment in New Zealand. We aim to make advances in conditions of employment that were once deemed unachievable in an environment that is often typified by anti-union sentiment.

On its long haul network Air New Zealand will be reducing its capacity by 85 percent over the coming months and will operate a minimal schedule to allow Kiwis to return home and to keep trade corridors with Asia and North America open.

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Full details of. Histories of trade unions, and very often of trade unionism, are overwhelmingly histories of men in manual trades and work.

This tallies with a conventional, dominant, view of work and workers organisations as the domain of men, in part sustained by a class perspective that prioritises a monolithic view of class-as-a-single-entity, and of race and sex/gender as secondary.5/5. workers' union amalgamates d with other unions.

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