PAEE

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AcronymDefinition
PAEEPhysical Activity Energy Expenditure
PAEEPennsylvania Alliance for Environmental Education
PAEEPay and Employment Equity (New Zealand)
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The proposals were: pay equity legislation, increasing the minimum wage to $15 an hour, guaranteed access to high quality early childhood education, support for employers and unions to implement pay and employment equity, and implementing pay and employment equity reviews and removing the ban on pay investigations.
The demonstration late last month, which included members of NZNO, the Public Service Association and the Service and Food Workers' Union, also marked the first anniversary of the axing of the Labour Department's pay and employment equity unit.
The National Advisory Committee on Employment of Women (NACEW) hosted the New Zealand Conference on Pay and Employment Equity for Women, 28-29 June 2004, in Wellington.
The Council of Trade Union's Women's Committee wants the minimum wage to be set at $15 an hour; greater legislative support for multi-employer collective agreements (MECAs); and pay and employment equity in contracted out, government-funded employment, eg cleaners in district health boards.
In May 2003, a Taskforce was appointed to develop an action plan on pay and employment equity in the Public Service and education and health sectors.
Speaking at the launch, CTU vice president Helen Kelly said while the gender pay gap had come down from 16 to 13 percent last year, "we are still many years away from true pay and employment equity for women".
NZNO's industrial adviser Glenda Alexander and policy analyst Angela Wallace are developing an action plan on how NZNO will integrate pay and employment equity issues into its overall union work.
A Council of Trade Unions' (CTU) project to assist unions implement pay and employment equity in the state sector is entering its second phase, which includes Looking at ways of embedding pay and employment equity into collective bargaining.
A MAJOR conference on pay and employment equity for women, to be held in Wellington late this month, has attracted an impressive line-up of international and national experts.
Pay and employment equity are all part of the same fundamental issue of equity for women in the workplace.
The Government has set up a Pay and Employment Equity Taskforce of unions and employers to develop an action plan to achieve pay equity for the state sector.