We’re pleased to share the latest news and progress about the Kaiāwhina Workforce Action Plan. The Plan has less than 12 months to go to the end of the five-year plan period. The Kaiāwhina Workforce Action Plan Working Group has been focused on advancing actions across all seven domains with a goal that by 30 June 2020. We share a link to the report: the Value of Care: Understanding the Impact of the 2017 Pay Equity Settlement reports on research conducted in collaboration with the Caring Counts Coalition in 2018. Also, a submission was made by the Workforce Intelligence Network to Statistics New Zealand on 7 June 2019 which clearly advocates for changing the ANZSCO to better reflect the qualification levels and sectors that the Kaiāwhina workforce cover.