NUPE – National Union of Public Employees Welcomes You Online
NUPE is now at 520 Cranford St
- Ring 03 377 3582 or fax (03) 377 4385
- out of Christchurch 0508 NUPE111 or 0508 6873111
- or Janice 021 166 7403
- or Les 027 2276 135.
Email addresses are as before. Janice Gemmell – Secretary email email@example.com
Update 7 August 2014
Brackenridge Dates for bargaining to be agreed shortly New Zealand Defence Les has initiated for bargaining. He is meeting with members on 20 August CYF’s Managers Still in bargaining. Next and hopefully last date is 25 August CORRECTIONS Bargaining is completed for Community Probation Supervisors COMCARE Bargaining to commence at the end of August. Quentin is meeting with members on Monday 11 August. MBIE Quentin has suggested dates for bargaining and its waiting to hear back. St John of God Collective Agreement settled Executive Committee elected at AGM Alistair Lawrence, Louise Galle, Robyn Millar, Lynda Taylor, Marjon Stegehuis, Carleen Pocock, Paul Sheenan, Donna McIntosh and Matthew Glanville. Elected Officers of Exec Convenor – Matthew Glanville
Deputy Convenor – Alistair Lawrence
Treasurer – Paul Sheenan
Executive Committee Next meeting 5.30pm 23 September, 2014
We’ve moved office and can now be found next door to the offices we shared with Kerr Real Estate since the big EQ Day. Our physical address is 520 Cranford St but our postal address is the same as pre-earthquake days
PO Box 13032
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NUPE is a union for workers across the Public, Health and Community sectors, which actively promotes the interests and fair and reasonable treatment of all members.
We recognize and protect your employment rights and conditions while valuing the ongoing employment relationship. The time, energy and resources of NUPE are directed to meeting the needs of members.
NUPE members are actively involved in a democratic union where major decisions that may affect your job and conditions of employment are made only with your consent.
You can be active as a member or a union representative (delegate).
You have the opportunity to elect your workplace union representative (delegate), as well as union representatives on the National Executive.
NUPE believes that only by standing together will workers be able to protect and improve our rights and conditions.