RNZ union staff set to clinch new pay deal

RNZ union staff set to clinch new pay deal
RNZ chief executive Paul Thompson took home a bonus of more than $65,000 last year. (Image: Getty)
Daniel Dunkley
Radio New Zealand has agreed a new pay deal with union staff following a month of negotiations.According to industry sources, terms of settlement have been received by the E tū and Public Service Association (PSA) unions over a pay rise that would avert strike action. Bargaining teams at the E tū and PSA unions have finalised negotiations with the public broadcaster over a 6% pay rise that would avert strike action.RNZ staff had asked for a 7% salary increase in line with rising costs as they renegotiated their collective agreement, while...

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