I will VOTE NO

We know our workloads are out of control

With management continuing to close branches, understaffing has become a chronic issue. We are seeing huge call waiting times and customer aggression over the phones.

It’s staff on the front lines who are taking the brunt of management’s poor decisions.
We are saying enough is enough!

Westpac management refuse to discuss workloads

Our FSU Representatives have demanded answers. What is the real staffing and workload situation in branches and contact centres across the group? Under bargaining disclosure protocols, our reps demanded information on workloads in some contact centres and retail areas.

Management responded: they are unwilling to provide this information. They say that “workloads are adequately covered in the terms of the EA.” Nothing to see here.

What has management got to hide?

Our union representatives will be escalating this matter further. Right now, we can all support our campaign for improved workload provisions in the EA. Commit to vote NO if management put their EA proposal out to an all-staff ballot.


Westpac can do better! Will you vote NO if management put their pay proposal to an all-staff ballot? Support the campaign here:



Compare Westpac management’s EA pay position to FSU members’ position. What will be the difference after two years? Real impact on your pay

We are Stronger Together

At our previous Enterprise Bargaining, we won better pay conditions for each other that we've enjoyed to this day. We couldn't have done it alone, and we can only imagine what we can achieve if we were all in represented in our union.

The first step to improving working conditions into our future and ensuring Westpac Group is a great place to work, is always to join our union. We are stronger together.

Become a member today