Matt McCarten has called for the ehads of organisations that make big losses:
But the ultimate poke in the eye is not far away, with Auckland Port on the verge of formally giving up on its campaign to contract the jobs of their wharfies. After endless posturing, thousands of dollars in lost wages for each of their employees, tens of millions of dollars in lost business and additional costs to clients, I think the port’s managers should take a leaf out of their counterparts at ACC and resign – if it pans out as I expect.
That is a grand suggestion of Matt McCarten and if that is his benchmark I look forward to him calling for the heads of the CTU, EPMU, Unite and PPTA unions…all of which have made big losses, in the millions, of members money.
Fat chance we will see the same accountability for Helen Kelly, Andrew Little, Matt McCarten and Kate Gainsford that is demanded of the managers and board of the Ports of Auckland.