Women in Fire and Emergency has released a research report into progression and development of our wāhine (women) firefighters.
The policy is designed to help you do the right thing by understanding what sexual harm is, how you can stop it or respond to it.
Earlier this year, an Eke Taumata work programme was established to start the long-term workplace culture change needed to ensure a positive work experience for our people. Today, we have published our first Eke Taumata six-monthly progress report.
We have now released the Decision Document outlining our new operating model for managing complaints.
We’re making our values visible because they matter. Our values describe who we are as an organisation and guide how we should behave.
Consultation closes next Tuesday 15 August on proposed changes to the way we manage complaints at Fire and Emergency.
This week is Epetoma o te reo Māori Kūki ‘Āirani - Cook Islands Language Week.
We are proposing to change the way we manage complaints - from initial enquiries through to resolution.
As we celebrate the appearance of Matariki and Puanga, many people take the time to remember those who have passed on since the last rising of these star clusters.
This week is Vaiaso o le Gagana Samoa - Samoa Language Week. The theme for this year is ‘Mitamita i lau gagana, maua’a lou fa’asinomaga’ - ‘Be proud of your language and grounded in your identity’.