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SINCE STARTING work as an NZNO part-time educator for the central region and relief legal adviser, I have had several opportunities to promote some ideas around healthy working practices with other NZNO employees and members.
I am aware some members make extraordinarily high demands on NZNO staff, particularly organisers, who can easily become stressed and burnt out by the demands of the job. You only have to look at the recent high turnover rate in the Wellington office to realise more needs to be done to support organisers and ensure they have the resilience to do their jobs effectively.
One opportunity for promoting healthy working practices was presented …