Over the last two days our FSU bargaining team resumed negotiating with NAB for our pay and workloads.
Join an FSU zoom session on Thursday 13th October to hear about NAB’s response to the Union’s bargaining claim.
These sessions will be an opportunity to hear a detailed update directly from your FSU bargaining team, ask questions, and discuss the potential need for industrial action.
Register for a briefing session below:
Our sessions are open to all NAB colleagues because these proposals will impact everyone working at NAB. So make sure to invite your workmates to attend as well, by forwarding this email to them.
Over Wednesday and Thursday NAB’s Executive sought to justify their position of delivering a real-world pay cut rather than acknowledge the cost-of-living crisis faced by members across the Bank.
Our Union has made its position plain:
- NAB’s pay model is fundamentally broken
- Inflationary pressures are hurting everyone’s household budgets
- Standards of living have been going backwards for years.
Your Bargaining Reps give a summary of negotiations here:
Every colleague from Group 1–6 deserves guaranteed pay
We have told NAB their offer is unacceptable to our membership and called on them to come back with an alternate proposal on pay for consideration.
But if NAB won’t act, we need to take action – click here to show your support.
Industrial action is a legitimate way for Union members to advance their concerns and interests through the bargaining process.
Have questions about industrial action? Check our online FAQs about Protected Industrial Action.
Taking this step demonstrates just how serious our concerns are. Too many members have gone without a real pay increase for years.
The consequences of overwork have caused mental, physical health harms. Many have no faith their job is secure.
But this can be fixed by continuing to work together.
Questions and Feedback
If you have further questions, please reach out to your union rep, your Organiser or email email@example.com and our team will be in touch.
Your FSU bargaining team