Question. If 53 people receive remuneration of $100,000 or more within Te Runanga o Ngai Tahu, how many people in total, are employed within TRONT.
You know - what percentage of the employees earn over $100,000 - is it 10%, 50% or 70%?
I posed the question to the office and was told that that information is confidential and unable to be disclosed. I could go through all the entities and work it out, and I may indeed do that.
I will find out the answer and it won't be the bullshit answer. But what percentage do you think earn over $100,000 from TRONT?
Does it matter?
Does it matter what percentage of the total earn above $100,000?
Would you be upset if, say, 40% of the total staff earned over 100k?
Does it matter what percentage of them are Ngai Tahu Iwi members?
Does it matter what they do and where in the organisation they do it?
Would you care if no one from the Office earned over 100k and it was only employees in Holdings that got the big money?
Would you care if it was the other way round?
Does it matter what percentage of the rest, who earn less, are Ngai Tahu Iwi members?
If you do care, like me, then i am sure we will be interested in those statistics.
By my base calculation. There is a total of around 9 million being paid to these 53 people.