Kia Toipoto: Closing gender, Māori, Pacific and ethnic pay gaps | Kia Toipoto: Pinea ngā āputa utu ā-ira, ā-Māori...
Te Tāhū Hauora Health Quality & Safety Commission is committed to reducing gender, Māori, Pacific and ethnic pay gaps.
This document summarises our plan to close those pay gaps. It aligns with Kia Toipoto – Mahere Mahi Āputa Utu Ratonga Tūmatanui 2021–24 | Kia Toipoto – Public Service Pay Gaps Action Plan 2021–24, which requires public service organisations to meet several goals between 2022–2024 including setting up plans and targets to improve gender and ethnic representation in their workforce and leadership.
Kia Toipoto is a Te Kawa Mataaho Public Service Commission initiative. More information is available at: www.publicservice.govt.nz/system/public-service-people/pay-gaps-and-pay-equity/kia-toipoto.
Below you can download the document in PDF or MS Word formats. As the action plan part of the document uses a table format, we have also created a text-only web version for people using assistive technologies – you can view this here.