It was interesting to hear billionaire and former Labour supporter Owen Glenn claim today that Labour Party president Mike Williams asked him for a job.
According to the New Zealand Herald:
Mr Glenn also said that Mike Williams had asked him for a job on July 10 when he visited him on his yacht in France. Mr Glenn said he had no job for Mr Williams.
Clearly Williams is looking ahead. He presently serves on five government boards and picks up in the region of $200,000 per year for his troubles. When he's not sitting on these boards (ie most of the time) Williams can devote himself to his Labour Party work.
Of course this nice wee arrangement would come to an end if National won the election.
Perhaps he'll have to brush-up on in his interview techniques...