What is a Local Enterprise Council?
Local Enterprise Councils (LECs) consist of groups of volunteer FSU members from all enterprises – banking/insurance/superannuation etc, elected by members at their enterprise. These volunteers have an important role in:
- Representing FSU members within their own enterprise.
- Providing direction to their union on issues affecting members in their enterprise.
- Assist in determining broader union policy with the aim of improving the lives of all working people within our industry.
LEC members meet monthly and have the following responsibilities, functions, powers and duties:
- to act at all times and conduct its business in a manner consistent with the decisions of the National Conference and the National Executive and the decisions of the NEC of the same Section as the LEC concerned (its NEC) and shall maintain close liaison with the National Executive;
- to ascertain and identify the concerns, ideas and interests of the members allocated to that LEC (its Union members);
- to actively contribute to the development, implementation and review of the Union’s strategies and plans;
- to ensure that its NEC is fully informed of the concerns, ideas and interests of its Union members;
- to be committed to and actively support the recruitment and retention of its Union members;
- to ensure that the views of the FSU Representatives in its Union members’ workplaces are taken into consideration;
LEC Presidents / Local President
Local Executive President: Susanne Pearce
ANZ – Vacant
Local Executive President: Paul Selke
NAB – Vacant
Local Executive President: Tracy Piltz
Local Executive President: Steve Howland
Generals – Vacant
ANZ – Marianne Hywood
Local Executive President: Adam Fay