Organiser

Jane Adams

jane.adams@teu.ac.nz
PO Box 52066, Symonds Street, Auckland 1352
4 Western Springs Road, Morningside, Auckland 1021
Phone 09 815 8029

Branch President

Pamela Fleming

pam.fleming@boppoly.ac.nz
07 544 0920 x 5569

Employment Agreement

Signed collective agreement to November 2016

Merger Documents

  1. TEU submission ‘Proposed merger of Waiariki and BoPP’
  2.  ‘Working to protect you’ poster
  3. Merger FAQ’s

 

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