Tina Wakefield, Chair of the GWN Governance Group, welcomes the members of GWN's new Steering Committee who will lead the next phase of GWN's evolution from 1 July, 2019.
Te Aka Wahine o Tamaki/AGWN is delighted to offer a free seminar series that provides professional development and information on significant public sector initiatives.
Congratulations to Jez Tavita on winning the award for 2018 – another public service woman working towards achieving her potential.
The State Services Commissioner has announced that Public Service Day is 7 November.
On Monday 10 December, Hon Julie Anne Genter, Minister for Women, launched the public service flexible-work-by-default pilot initiative.
On International Day of People with Disabilities, the accessibility guide, "Leading the way in accessible information", was launched.
We now have 50 percent of core public service departments lead by women in Chief Executive roles and they have been appointed to larger jobs.
Connecting with like-minded public sector colleagues and finding employee led networks in the public sector will be easier with the new Employee Led Networks website.
Matalene Lauapepe received the New Zealand Public Service Medal for her work in facilitating Pasifika graduates.
Congratulations to all the recipients of the inaugural New Zealand Public Service Medal and the State Services Commissioner's Commendation for Frontline Excellence.