Authorised by Sharn Riggs, TEU, 8th Floor, Education House 178-182 Willis St, Wellington 6011.
TEU members work together collectively to safeguard and enhance our industrial, professional and educational goals, including:
· negotiating collective employment agreements;
· advising and representing staff with employment-relationship problems;
· monitoring and acting on issues affecting members in their workplaces;
· improving the quality of tertiary education in New Zealand; and
· developing specialist research and policy to promote the interests of tertiary education workers;
· safeguarding the rights of Māori members and meeting the union’s responsibilities to wider Māori communities through the promotion of and adherence to Te Tiriti o Waitangi
The New Zealand Tertiary Education Union – Te Hautū Kahurangi o Aotearoa (TEU) is the union representing the interests of more than 10,000 workers employed in the tertiary education sector across New Zealand.
The TEU is the main union in the sector and our membership includes teachers and workers employed in all occupations in universities, polytechnics, institutes of technology, wānanga, other tertiary education providers and allied organisations.
We are a democratic union with strong membership participation and governed by an elected council.
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