IAG Held to Account for EA Position at AGM Today

Today’s IAG AGM Q&A session was dominated by questions about IAG’s inability to finalise an Enterprise Agreement acceptable to their staff. IAG Chair Elizabeth Bryon couldn’t contain her annoyance as question after question was asked about IAG’s position.

FSU members and IAG shareholders asked about IAG maintaining a model of conflicted pay in a post Royal Commission environment as well as whether IAG was a “good corporate citizen” by refusing to provide better pay outcomes for workers.

Outgoing CEO Peter Harmer was forced to answer questions about the failure of offshoring and he confirmed that 500 jobs have been brought back onshore as a result. Both the IAG Chair and CEO looked uncomfortable as they were questioned by staff members about IAG’s treatment of redundant workers.

The vast majority of questions at today’s AGM were about your Enterprise Agreement.

It’s important to keep the pressure on, ask your colleagues to join the FSU today.

Authorised by Julia Angrisano, National Secretary