Health Workers’ Inquiry

As health workers we share many similar experiences in our workplace. When we are paid work there are common expectations placed on us by bosses and the public, yet not all jobs in health are seen or treated as equal.

Health Sector Workers Network (HSWN) is carrying out this workers’ inquiry to identify the experiences of health workers at our jobs. We hope the information provided will help health workers identify common threads in our working lives and support our struggle for solidarity across the health sector.

Below are some questions about your role and your workplace. We are also interested in the role of unions in your workplace. At this point we are investigating people in paid employment in any type of healthcare environment in Aotearoa New Zealand.

In the future we intend broaden our survey of health workers to include people in unpaid work and international workers.

We will be presenting the findings of the inquiry at The Rank and File Hui in June 2019 and sharing widely via our Facebook page and email newsletter. Please use the form below to tell us a bit about yourself and your workplace.

This survey does not identify participants and information provided is anonymous. If you have any questions or wish to contact us about this inquiry please send us an email at hsworkersnetwork@gmail.com or contact us via our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/HSWNAotearoa/

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