Delta Workers met with ‘mgmt’

Tomorrow’s ODT….

Day editor Dave Cannan at Channel 39 News:

“Delta workers today met with management to put some questions to them.”
“We’ll have a good story about that.”

We wait.


Or something.

Posted by Elizabeth Kerr

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4 responses to “Delta Workers met with ‘mgmt’

  1. Gurglars

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  2. Elizabeth

    Wed, 30 Nov 2016
    Delta staff want answers
    Delta’s workers have demanded answers from management following weeks of criticism of its power pole maintenance and commitment to health and safety. About 100 workers met to discuss the issues and “the whole network” yesterday morning, ETu union organiser Mike Kirwood said. Cont/

    A report on an investigation by consultant Deloitte on the issue is expected next week, and Mayor Dave Cull confirmed by email to whistleblower Richard Healey he would be given the first verbal report on the results on Friday.

  3. Elizabeth

    Received by phone:
    Notice of change management Grady-style, by email to Delta staff at 7:04 p.m.

    Asset Management
    Faster transition to the ‘Project New Energy future state’ :

    ● Derek Todd, GM Asset Management -resigned with immediate effect (surgical recovery). Derek will move to a specialist support position (limited hours) until March end 2017 only.

    ● Alec Findlater will be GM Network Commercial, reporting to Grady, effective 19 December 2016.

    ● John Campbell is Acting GM Network Performance, reporting to Grady, effective immediately.

  4. Elizabeth

    Thu, 1 Dec 2016
    ODT: Delta’s explanations ‘farcical’, staff believe
    Delta’s Dunedin workers have called on the company’s management to come clean on safety issues, and keep the public informed about the dangers they face. A meeting on Monday of about 100 Dunedin workers agreed to present a letter to management. The letter was leaked to the Otago Daily Times. It said it was “quite frankly, farcical” that the company blamed problems it faced on an ageing network, rather than “lack of maintenance, lack of planning and the excessive profits creamed from the network for the last 26 years”. Cont/

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