Urgent meeting next Monday

Last chance to have your say

Last week, MyState HR announced their intention to steamroll the EA process and rush their deal to a vote next week – before negotiations have finished and before we’ve had time to consult properly with you.

As your union, we pushed back against MyState’s unreasonable and inflexible plan. We got the bank to postpone bringing their Enterprise Agreement to a ballot – but only by six days.

Two weeks to fix their dodgy deal

MyState still wants to put their deal to a vote in less than two weeks.

That’s why we urgently need to discuss MyState’s proposed Enterprise Agreement before our next and potentially final bargaining meeting with the bank on Tuesday the 4th of May.

Join our FSU zoom on Monday 3rd of May at 7:30pm so we can discuss the bank’s deal and represent your views to MyState HR the following day.

We also need your feedback on some of MyState’s specific proposals, especially the bank’s proposed pay structure. Fill out our feedback form and let us know exactly what you think!

Give the bank a blast at Monday’s FSU zoom

Come to our urgent mass meeting on Monday 3rd of May at 7:30pm via Zoom. Register here:

FSU mass EA meeting
Monday 3rd May, 7:30pm AEST
Click here to register


This might be our last chance to hear from each other and work together to win a better deal before MyState puts their agreement to a vote. Invite your colleagues, members or non-members, to have their say too.

You deserve a fair pay rise – a 3% increase for all staff in 2022 and 2023, not just this year. You deserve your pay rise to be backdated to October last year, when your EA was due to expire; not to April this year when negotiations had already begun.

Most of all, you deserve your employer to show you respect – not to push their deal to a vote whether you like it or not.

We can and will push MyState to do better. We’ve already defeated the bank’s proposal to cut your redundancy by up to 70%. Let’s win a better deal for everyone at MyState.

In Unity,


Authorised by Julia Angrisano, National Secretary