According to 3News Andrew Little is going to put his MPs on trial periods of performance.
I wrote about that in passing yesterday but have had some more thoughts about Andrew Little’s conversion to performance based contracts.
New Labour leader Andrew Little is not revealing which roles Labour Party members will take, but says there no guarantee they will keep them.
Mr Little says he’s been “having very good conversations with every caucus member” to determine who takes on which role.
However, they may not be the people who take the party into the 2017 election, he told The Nation today.
The party was trying to achieve and fresh look and harness the talent it had.
“I may play the role of the coach and say hey listen lets try some people in new slots. Lets try some combinations, but listen we may well come to review those.
“The party had new members and wanted to try others in senior roles, Mr Little said.
“Lets try them out while we’ve got a bit of an opportunity to do that, but by the end of next year, two years out from the election, lets crystalise who the team will be that will take us charging into 2017.“
So Andrew Little is giving MP’s 12 month contracts…based on performance…well knock me down with a feather, but this is refreshing.
- Casualisation of workforce
- Extends 90 day bill to 365 days
- Individual contracts
- No collective bargaining by MPs
- MPs given no opportunity to have a support person when losing their current role
- MPs bullied out of their roles