Fire and Emergency has published its Kia Toipoto pay gap data. This is part of our commitment to Te Kawa Mataaho – Public Service Commission’s Kia Toipoto(external link) Public Service Pay Gaps Action Plan 2021-24(external link). (external link) 

The data can be viewed in the following infographic here. [PDF, 170 KB]

The data covers gender pay gaps and representation in some areas of the organisation.  It also covers ethnic representation and overall ethnic pay gaps. 

This is the first time we have analysed ethnic pay gaps in our organisation. The last gender pay gap analysis was conducted in 2019. This data will help us to continue to build our understanding of gender and ethnic pay equity and equitable representation across our organisation.  

It also gives Fire and Emergency more meaningful data from which to develop our first annual Kia Toipoto closing gender, Maori, Pacific and ethnic pay gaps action plan 2022/23, which is due to be released in April 2023.

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