THE FOLLOWING IS THE ONLY PUBLIC STATEMENT THAT WILL BE MADE ON THE NZPFU FENZ BARGAINING DISPUTE UNTIL 30 SEPTEMBER 2022

Agreed Statement

On Tuesday 30 August Minister Tinetti brought Fire and Emergency New Zealand (FENZ) and the New Zealand Professional Firefighters Union (NZPFU) together to assist in finding a way forward in the current collective bargaining impasse.

The meeting was constructive and the parties shared a willingness to work towards a solution. The following was agreed –

  1. The parties will enter facilitated mediation with the assistance of an agreed independent mediator.
  2. All strike notices will be suspended and no further industrial action will continue or occur.
  3. FENZ will withdraw the request for facilitated bargaining through the Employment Relations Authority.
  4. No further public communication will occur.

This agreement remains in place until September 30th 2022 or unless otherwise agreed.

In unity,
Wattie Watson
NZPFU NATIONAL SECRETARY

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