We need to send a clear message to the CEO and Senior Executives – we won’t accept anything less than fair.
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 below.
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.
NAB Protected Action FAQs
In the finance sector industrial action could include things like strikes, stop work meetings and overtime bans.
Protected industrial action is industrial action that has been approved by FSU members voting in favor of that action.
Union members taking Protected Industrial Action is a common part of the bargaining process. Union members are entitled to engage in Protection Action – it is one of the ways we demonstrate our power to NAB.
If the ballot is successful, then FSU members can take Protected Industrial Action within 30 days of a successful vote.
There are significant penalties for your employer if they retaliate against you for taking protected action. If you experience this kind of retaliation, alert the FSU as soon as possible.
- 50% of those on the voting roll (FSU Members) to cast a vote and;
- 50% of those who return a ballot voting YES!