Your Pay and Conditions: Bendigo to start the bargaining process

Last week you would have received an update from Bendigo about your new Bendigo Adelaide Bank Enterprise Agreement. This update and attached ‘Notice of Employee Representational Rights’ marks the start of the process required by the Bank to formally begin negotiations.

What do I need to do?

Members do not need to do anything as the FSU represents you during the negotiations. A bargaining team comprising of FSU staff and nominated Bendigo FSU Representatives (Bendigo workers – just like you) will negotiate for improvements to your terms and conditions based on your feedback.

If are not a member and wish to be represented by the FSU – Join Now!

Show your support for our enterprise agreement campaign

Based on your feedback from our survey, your FSU reps unanimously agreed that our agenda for this enterprise agreement campaign must address the following key issues:

  • Pay
  • Job security
  • Work/Life balance
  • Staffing and workloads
  • Flexible working and working from home


Show your support for our campaign by answering this simple question – do you agree with your FSU Reps bargaining agenda?


Click here to show your support 


There is also an opportunity to provide feedback so if you were unable to complete our survey, you can provide further information about what is important to you and what changes you would like to see at Bendigo.

We will continue to engage and consult with members and develop a detailed log of claims in the lead up to the negotiation meetings at the end of March.

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Authorised by Julia Angrisano, National Secretary