All the teachers would have to do is work to rule, no correcting or preparing work beyond 8.30 to 5, no extra curricular activities such as music, sport etc. Then we would see a few people begin to sit up and take notice.
Posted 25 June 2018 - 03:25 PM
I think the IRD staff are extremely hard done by. The should go on a continual rolling strike, and hold out for a 200% pay increase and a redundancy clause of 5 yrs...
I have zero problem with IRD staff going on strike...
Posted 25 June 2018 - 07:10 PM
The IRD 'Transformation' has been a, one hundred percent, complete and utter f*ck up.
The senior people in the HR dept should have been sacked and booted down the road months ago.
People were getting asked to sign contracts when they hadn't been given their job descriptions.
Of course there were 'consultants' bought in to run it all so there will be zero accountability.
Posted 08 August 2018 - 06:03 PM
So the nurses agree to a settlement of 13.6% to 12.5% over a period of 12 months. Just pay the increase as of today just like when the commission for higher salaries does their annual increase. It is as of said date not increased over a period of time.
Will it encourage 500 nurses/past nurses to rejoin? I do not think so.
Why pay top rates when you can pay a nurse from Philippines etc for a lot less. Ie if we do not pay top rate for 500 we can pay ex amount (which is still more than get at home)and 700 nurses.
Now the Mid wives are still upset for being lumped in with nurses and Teachers are having a crack as well.
Posted 08 August 2018 - 06:52 PM
Oh dear what a shame, people are asking for a pay increase.....
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