Wednesday, 19 October, is International Pronouns Day, and an opportunity to deepen our understanding of, and show our support for, the use of personal pronouns within our workplace and communities.
The Positive Workplace Culture programme has been underway since April 2019 and the latest six month progress report is now available.
In April, Rebecca Keoghan, our Board Chair, announced her request for Te Kawa Mataaho Public Service Commission to undertake an independent review of our progress to build a positive workplace culture.
Today is International Day against Homophobia, Transphobia & Biphobia – a worldwide celebration of sexual and gender diversities.
Update on the Behaviour and Conduct Office’s Progress – Raewyn Bleakley, Deputy Chief Executive, Office of the Chief Executive
I’m pleased to provide another update on progress to embed our Behaviour and Conduct Office.
2021 was a year of progress for the Behaviour and Conduct Office as it began its transition to a permanent structure and function, with a new team on board.
AFAC, the Australasian Fire and Emergency Service Authorities Council, recently held its virtual conference with the theme, balancing impact and expectations.
We are continuing to make good progress towards establishing our permanent Behaviour and Conduct (BCO) office.
The Positive Workplace Culture programme has been underway since April 2019 and the latest six-month progress report is now available.
As a recipient of the Sir John Te Ahikaiata Turei Memorial Grant, SO, Warren Samuels is embarking on education to build his knowledge and understanding of te reo and te ao Māori.