New Industry structure
The E tū industry structure has changed to better reflect which sectors and industries E tū members work in. The six E tū industry groups are now:
Engineering, Infrastructure and Extractions
Manufacturing and Food
Public and Commercial
Please visit the E tū website for more information: www.etu.nz/industry
If you need any support or advice about issues at work, contact Union Support to speak with an organiser.
0800 1 UNION
(0800 186 466)
Joining online is here!
New members can now join E tū online! Our new system doesn’t require a physical membership form to complete the registration process. Encourage your workmates to join us in E tū today, by signing up at: www.etu.nz/join
The E tū Biennial Conference voted for a number of changes to the official E tū Rules. For a list of all the changes, please visit: www.etu.nz/rulechanges2018
All members are now covered by a $1,500 Accidental Death and Dismemberment Benefit, including $500 spouse coverage and a further $500 coverage on dependent children. This is an automatic membership benefit of belonging to E tū.
Members must return an AIL reply card or reply online at ailing.co.nz/request in order for an AIL representative to deliver your certificate of coverage and explain additional insurance coverage available. If you did not receive a reply card, please call the freephone number listed below. This is very important to you and your family.
Members also have the option to increase their coverage an additional $10,000 which costs just $2 for the first year.
Please note: to qualify for the $10,000 of additional ADB coverage, an AIL representative must visit you, obtain an enrolment form and collect premium for the first year. You may renew annually for $5.
AIL Public Relations
Freephone 0800 894 121