EQC Minister Woods calls for immediate steps to resolve outstanding claims

Rebecca Howard
Wed, 06 Jun 2018

By Rebecca Howard June 6 (BusinessDesk) - Earthquake Commission Minister Megan Woods has called on the EQC to take immediate steps to speed up the resolution of outstanding claims relating to the Canterbury earthquakes after a report outlined the need for a wide range of reforms.  “The report reveals sizeable issues with staffing levels, data quality, record keeping and organisational culture and structure that are holding back resolution of claims," said Woods. The report was prepared by Christine Stevenson, acting chief executive of New...

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