This annual survey is one of the ways we get your views on how we’re doing as an organisation and most importantly meet our value of Auahatanga – we strive to improve.
Welcoming a baby or new child into your family is a key time in the lives of many of our people, and we know that navigating the necessary employment requirements can be an added challenge.
Our 2022 People Survey closes at 5pm on 1 April, so it’s your last chance to make your voice heard and have your say on how Fire and Emergency New Zealand is doing and how we can make our organisation the best it can be.
Our 2022 People Survey is now live and you should have received your AskYourTeam link to take part.
Get your feedback ready! Our annual People Survey is coming up on 7 March and it’s your chance to make sure your voice is heard and help our organisation be the best it can be. This year our survey will run from 7 March to 1 April 2022 and we want to hear from you.
To re-cap our approach to the 2021/22 remuneration review process, we are adopting a targeted approach to the annual market rate alignment, weighting more towards lower graded roles, but still providing progression up to 100%, and for those in the 100% to 110% range, where there is an approved rating of exceeds or significantly exceeds requirements.
The Holidays Act and Pay Remediation Project will be introducing a new method for applying for annual leave in SMS called Deferred Annual Leave.
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On Friday 7 December our Fire and Emergency engagement survey went live. We encourage you all to take part...
Earlier in September, the latest improvements to Home Base went live including the ability to access Home Base from a personal device at any time and managers being able to download their own staff-related reports.