Ten branches that recruited the most new TEU members

Posted By TEU on Dec 18, 2014 |


  1. Waikato Institute of Technology – of 142 members in September 41 joined in the last 12 months = 28.9 percent
  2. Tai Poutini Polytechnic – of 54 members in September 14 joined in the last 12 months = 25.9 percent
  3. NorthTec – of 133 members in September 34 joined in the last 12 months = 25.6 percent
  4. Bay of Plenty Polytechnic – of 27 members in September 6 joined in the last 12 months = 22.2 percent
  5. Eastern Institute of Technology – of 145 members in September 27 joined in the last 12 months = 18.6 percent
  6. Whitireia NZ – of 129 members in September 23 joined in the last 12 months = 17.8 percent
  7. Te Wānanga o Aotearoa – of 110 members in September 19 joined in the last 12 months = 17.3 percent
  8. Auckland Institute of Studies – of 25 members in September 4 joined in the last 12 months = 16.0 percent
  9. Southern Institute of Technology – of 97 members in September 14 joined in the last 12 months = 14.4 percent
  10. Victoria University of Wellington – of 888 members in September 113 joined in the last 12 months = 12.7 percent

How workers are paid and how good their employment conditions are depends on how many union members that worksite has. On average worksites with lots of union members get better pay than worksites where there are only a few union members.

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