The EPMU Foundation Trust 2011 accounts have been filed:
- 2011 Loss of $61k (2010) Loss of $82k
- Equity ‚Äď negative $2.2M (therefore technically insolvent but retains ‚Äúon-going concern‚ÄĚ status¬†due to the EPMU¬†not calling in their $5.6M loan (payable on demand) ‚Äď see Observation
- EPMU loan has been repaid $652k (this was done by selling down investments) $947k realized
- Staff have numbers of 2 employees on an average of $100k
- There are prior period error adjustments (read observation)
The Owl‚Äôs observation:
So the Foundation sells assets to repay back loans ‚Äď doesn‚Äôt that sound a lot like State Assets sales¬†model ‚Äď have the Foundation and EPMU stolen Nationals financial policy? There is a difference that¬†National is using the money to invest in infrastructure and not pay back debt.
So what will the EPMU do with their $657,000 from the Foundation ‚Äď invest or pay operational/infrastructure costs ‚Äď we will only know once the EPMU have filed their accounts which were due a little¬†while ago.
But here is the one that gets The Owl really going‚Ä¶there are ‚ÄúPrior Period errors (Note 19)‚ÄĚ.
Miscalculations on sick leave. I repeat miss-calculations on employees SICK LEAVE.
How is it that Unions¬†‚Äď the guardians of employee rights can‚Äôt get their own house in order?
I refer also to the previous Union¬†accounts which I wrote about that were qualified by their auditors because the Union couldn‚Äôt calculate¬†the holiday provision. There is only 2 staff. Lets count together 1‚Ä¶2
Really this type of error by Unions is unacceptable.
If I was a member‚Ä¶.