Enhancing the interest and wellbeing of members and their families is a vital part of NZALPA’s work. With our growing number of members in the general aviation sector, we need to better understand the challenges that pilots are working under. As part of this, NZALPA is conducting a survey for members employed in general aviation.
The purpose of this survey is to provide a snapshot of current industry conditions, opinions and experiences. The survey particularly focuses on the nature of employment agreements in the sector, including auditing the number and conditions of members in atypical employment practices, minimum employment standards, and adverse behaviours experienced by pilots.
The survey will be anonymous and participants will not be identifiable. From this information, which will be dealt with the utmost confidentiality, we can start to draw a clear picture of the working conditions and the main issues that need to be addressed.
We will be using this data to discuss the wider findings with government officials, Ministers, regulators and potentially through the media, but we give assurance to members that no information will be given publicly that can identify the person who provided it.
There will be further information on the survey available through the website and on our social media pages.
We ask that as many GA members as possible complete this survey and to encourage other friends and colleagues, who are also members, to do the same.
If you’d like to talk to NZALPA about the survey or have any queries, please contact Tom Buckley.
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