Are you facing daily pressure to sell insurance, being asked about your home loan leads, or having to report daily on your performance against targets?
Union members in Victoria are even more stressed and anxious. They are still expected to make sales calls and get customers to come into the branch. Here’s how one colleague describes the situation in Melbourne:
We all are at risk, especially to meet bank’s targets and numbers. We all are putting ourselves at higher risk. Our performance is expected to be the same without reducing or relaxing the targets. We are being put under lot of stress to get our numbers and sales without considering the current pandemic situation.
Yet executive Richard Fennell says that frontline staff do not deserve a COVID Essential Allowance.
Is this how Bendigo should behave during a pandemic?
If Westpac can suspend targets during this COVID crisis, then why can’t Bendigo?
Attend our meeting to discuss your concerns:
7:30pm AEST – Tuesday, September 1st
If you can’t attend, reply to this email with your questions and concerns.
Your Union Team
PS If you haven’t already, sign our COVID Essential Allowance for frontline staff now! And if you’re not a union member yet, join now!