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Workforce submissions

16 January 2016
  • TIA submission on 2022 Minimum Wage Review

    23 September 2022

    TIA is an advocate for tourism operators to pay all staff a fair wage as part of the wider industry objective for tourism businesses to be employer of choice in competing for the people and skills they need. On balance, we support a moderate increase in the Minimum Wage of around 4%.

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  • Submission on He Mahere Tiaki Kaimahi - Draft Better Work Action Plan 

    14 September 2022

    TIA considers that the effective implementation of the Tirohanga Hou will lead to better work outcomes for the tourism industry and the people who work in it.

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  • Feedback on Level 2/Year 12 Proposed Tourism Curriculum

    26 August 2022

    Our main feedback in regards to the curriculum is that a strong sense of realism be included, particularly in learning about the tourism system.

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  • TIA submission on the Seasonal Snow and Adventure Tourism Sector Agreement Consultation

    3 June 2022

    TIA supports the introduction of a Seasonal Snow and Adventure Tourism Sector Agreement, to recognise the challenges in attracting New Zealanders to occupations heavily influenced by seasonality. It will help assess if an effective government/industry partnership can be formed to address labour shortages in the tourism industry. We make some recommendations to improve the proposed agreement.

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  • TIA submission on the Fair Pay Agreements Bill

    20 May 2022

    The Fair Pay Agreement Bill represents a major shift in the way labour relations are undertaken in Aotearoa New Zealand. TIA has consulted within the tourism industry and more widely, and every conversation heightens our concern around the Bill. This concern is not around the intent of the Bill – we very much support better wages, conditions and productivity across the tourism workforce. Rather, we are very concerned that the Bill would establish a complicated labour relations framework that will serve as a major impediment to the operation of the tourism industry to the detriment to both business operators and their employees.

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  • Letter of feedback to the New Zealand Productivity Commission | Te Komihana Whai Hua

    21 September 2021

    Letter of feedback regarding the Immigration, Productivity and Wellbeing inquiry and related Issues Paper.

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  • 2021 Minimum Wage Review

    October 2021

    On balance, our view is the next increase in the minimum wage should be delayed until 2023.

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  • The New Zealand Curriculum: Proposed subjects for NCEA Levels 2 and 3

    13 August 2021

    TIA supports the inclusion of tourism as a new subject under the Social Sciences Learning Area.

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  • Submission to NZQA on Consultation on simplifying New Zealand qualifications and other credentials

    16 June 2021

    Tourism Industry Aotearoa welcomes the opportunity to comment on the NZQA Consultation on simplifying New Zealand qualifications and other credentials document.

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  • Holidays (Increasing Sick Leave) Amendment Bill

    28 January 2021

    TIA supports the proposal to increase minimum sick leave provisions for employees but is calling on the Government to provide support for employers who will face additional costs.

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