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Pay Equity and Funding

Frequently Asked Questions 1. What is a pay equity claim? A pay equity claim is made by workers or a union under the Equal Pay Amendment Act, which came into force on 6 November 2020. A claim must be for gender-based systemic undervaluation of roles, which has...

From the lounge to a community

Tauranga’s Brain Injured Children’s Trust started small. Trustee Shirley Wilson said they worked out of her lounge with “50 bucks and a heap of passion and a vision to help other families experiencing the difficulties of raising a child with a disability”. The members...

Anaru Palmer

Ko Mauao me Moehau ngā maunga Ko Te Awanui, ko Waihou me Tikapa ngā moana Ko Mātaatua me Tainui ngā waka Ko Toroa me Marutūāhu ngā tūpuna Ko Ngāi Te Rangi me Ngāti Tamaterā ngā iwi Ko Ngāi Tūwhiwhia, ko Ngāti Tauaiti, ko Ngāi Tamawhariua me Ngāti Pinenga ngā hapū Ko...

Submissions

Submissions Submissions made by SociaLink on behalf of the social sector in the Western Bay of Plenty

SociaLink moves to bi-cultural governance

SociaLink, the umbrella organisation for the Western Bay of Plenty's social agencies and charities, started moving to a bicultural governance model in 2019. The partnership approach is designed to build trust through sharing power, acknowledging individual strengths,...

Social issues appearing in lockdown

People around the western Bay are more in need of food during this lockdown, according to the region's social agencies.SociaLink, the umbrella organisation for the Western Bay's social agencies and charities, surveyed social service providers through its newsletter...

Zoom Check-in for Agencies

A Scan of the Local Issues Social Service Providers are observing in Communities & their Organisations SociaLink asked social service providers via our newsletter and in discussion at the Managers forum to share what issues they are observing in the community and...

COVID RESOURCES

A List of Resources Available to Help in COVID TimesTe Puke Baptist Church Diane Banbury is working from home and can help with access to food parcels etc as needed in the Te Puke area. Contact Mobile:  02102593182 diane@tpbc.org.nz Family Works Family Works...