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Today (14 March 2017) I gave evidence into the Senate Inquiry into the Underpayment of Superannuation. The FSU provided a submission to the inquiry in late February and you can view a copy of the submission HERE!   I spoke...


    Yesterday CBA wrote to the FSU acknowledging that additio nal hours worked by part-time employees should also attract superannuation payments after the FSU raised concerns with CBA. At the same time CBA agreed...


Approximately 50 Knowledge Expert employees working in Westpac customer contact centres have received a total of $40,000 in back pay. The back pay was won as a result of FSU members getting together to raise concerns about their...


An FSU member has successfully overturned a bank proposal to cut her hours of work that would have seen over $140 trimmed from her fortnightly pay. When Sarah*, a single mother working part time in ANZ retail banking, was told that her...


Congratulations FSU members! The bank has accepted that Knowledge Expert staff have been carrying out extra duties and has agreed to pay them from when they first assumed these duties. Westpac has agreed to: Pay Knowledge...

Happy pay day for Westpac employees Thursday, 7 January 2016

Caption: Pay rises secured and paid! The annual pay increases negotiated as part of the Westpac Group Enterprise Agreement 2016 are due to be paid to staff today. Today’s pay rise, which delinks targets from annual...


On Thursday 4 November the JEC determined that the role was equivalent to a Grade 3 under the new structure (Westpac A3 or St George 46-6). As a result of the regrading, a large number of Knowledge experts will receive an adjustment to...


She was cheated out of her lieu days, battled both her manager and HR for eight months before she was compensated, but is today celebrating the victory and helping colleagues with similar issues. Suzanne...


Staff have voted to protect their jobs and their conditions. The results of the ballot on the proposed ANZ EBA are in and thousands of staff have said NO to a broken pay model, clawbacks on job security, hours of work and penalty...





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