Yesterday hundreds of Union members expressed their anger and frustration at NAB’s heartless position on pay and workloads.
Members heard that NAB refuses to accept these realities:
- There is a staffing and workload crisis
- Inflation and cost of living should be a priority in determining pay
- All colleagues in Groups 1–6 deserve security and certainty on our pay.
In short, NAB’s position means we will be working longer, with fewer conditions and taking a real-world pay cut every year of the agreement!
FSU Briefings Friday October 21
By next Thursday, we expect to have NAB’s response to our claim on workloads and pay certainty for all colleagues in Groups 1–6.
Join an FSU briefing to hear NAB’s response and plan our next steps on Friday October 21. Register for your preferred time:
These sessions will be vital to discuss the Bank’s response and our potential need for industrial action.
If the CEO and Executives won’t listen, we need to act
Industrial action is a legitimate way for Union members to advance their concerns and interests through the bargaining process when Senior Executives refuse to properly engage on our concerns.
Taking this step demonstrates our concerns are serious. Too many members have gone without a real pay increase for years.
Overwork has harmed our mental and physical health. Many have no faith their job is secure.
But this can be fixed – we can seize this opportunity for change by continuing to work together.
Stay informed – Join our Facebook group
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Questions and Feedback
If you have further questions, please reach out to your union rep, your Organiser, or email firstname.lastname@example.org and our team will be in touch.
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