60% In-Office mandate—Come to our meeting

CEO Peter Chun is not listening to us – yet.

This decision to push ahead with the 60% in office directive from 1 September just doesn’t make sense. It is arbitrary and unnecessary when so many of us are more productive, happier and safer when we can choose where we work.

We were told we would be meaningfully consulted. This has not happened.

Many organisations within the sector—from banks to insurance companies to other super funds—have no mandated days in the office.  Why can’t we have the same?

Today FSU National Secretary, Julia Angrisano, wrote to Peter Chun calling on him to scrap this directive to return to the office. We shared anonymously our views about the impact of the in-office mandate. You can read the letter here.

We will hold a meeting for all FSU members when we hear back from Peter Chun.

To discuss what this unfair policy change means for you, email fsuinfo@fsunion.org.au


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Authorised by Julia Angrisano, National Secretary