Copy of correspondence from Terry Bird, regarding the Auckland Taskforce Survey:

“Hi All,
The Survey response rate is at 47%. Only days to go
At our monthly meetings we have been pleading your case for more.
At the Ratification meetings you say you want more.
We need evidence to support our pleading.
If you do not complete the survey do not complain when you get nothing.
If only half of Auckland can be bothered to get engaged in a simple survey, it sends a pretty clear message that the problems we are talking about don't bother you.
Just do it.”

As you can see, it is important that members take the opportunity to complete this survey and let FENZ know the specific difficulties that you have working in Auckland, and any possible solutions you have that may assist you.

The Auckland Local strongly encourage ALL staff to complete this online survey. Can those that are more computer savvy please assist those that may require extra assistance in completing the survey.

The survey link has been emailed to your FENZ work email, if you have deleted it or can not find it please contact Kristy.Thomas@fireandemergency.nz to get another link.

Remember survey closes Monday 25th March, 2019 at 2300 hours.

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