Union takes NAB to Federal Court over unreasonable hours

Today, the Union has launched its case in the Federal Court against NAB over excessive, unsafe and unreasonable hours Group 3 and above colleagues are required to work in contravention of the Fair Work Act.

Our claim filed with the Federal Court details the case against the NAB on behalf of members who have been required to work unreasonable unpaid hours over several years.

NAB has knowingly contravened the Act and its conduct constituting the contravention was part of a systematic pattern of conduct relating to thousands of current and former colleagues.

Union Briefings – Wednesday 15th March

The Union will be holding briefings to discuss the next steps following the lodgement of our case. Register here:

Wednesday 15th March – 12pm (AEDT)

Wednesday 15th March – 6pm (AEDT)

These briefings are open to current and former Group 3 and above colleagues, so be sure to invite them to attend as well.

Working For Nothing Report

The Union has been compelled to take this action after delivering the “Working for Nothing” report to the CEO and Board in December 2021.

The “Working for Nothing” report outlined the appalling treatment of NAB colleagues, however the Union has not seen a meaningful response or change in practice from NAB.

The Report can be accessed here.

Questions and Feedback

If you have further questions please reach out to your union rep, your Organiser, or email fsuinfo@fsunion.org.au and our team will be in touch.

Authorised by Julia Angrisano, National Secretary