On Wed, 21 Jul 2021 04:22:45 -0700 (PDT), John Bowes
Post by John Bowes Post by Rich80105 Post by JohnO Post by John Bowes
Labour has appointed a career unionist to the Air New Zealand board. Wonder why Rich ain't moaning about cronyism. Or is it okay in his book because it's Labour doing it :)
The board should be representing the interests of the shareholders. End of story.
Labour are unfit to run a cake stall, let alone a government.
During these very difficult times for all airlines, having a Director
with experience of workplace relations is probably a good thing. I am
not aware of any direct relationship between Goulter and the
Try reading the cite Rich for once in your useless life! If you had you'd have seen this in the second paragraph!
""Goulter is the national secretary of New Zealands largest education union, NZEI Te Riu Roa, and a director of The Co-operative Bank. He has 40 years of experience with unions in Australasia, including as secretary of the New Zealand Council for Trade Unions and general secretary of financial sector union Finsec."
He has Labour union stooge written all over him!
He is also the Director of a Bank - do you want to exclude company
directors, lawyers, accountants, Managing Directors, Teachers,
Farmers, Doctors, Political advisers, Public servants, University
Lecturers, Bus Drivers, Shop Owners, Local government Councillors, etc
from serving on the Board of an SOE? What work is acceptable to you as
not disqualifying someone from being the Director of an SOE for
possibly having some political opinions and links to Labour or
National or ACT or the Maori Party?
He is one of a number of people on the Board. Guess what? The prevoius
CHief Executive of Air New Zealand turned out to support National -
should he have been sacked in for being a 'political stooge'?