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ANZ Career Training and Past Employee Career Funds

In June 2009, Finsec negotiated a major financial support package for staff who lose their job as a result of offshoring in ANZ National bank. Union representatives from sites affected by offshoring put the idea of a training fund to the bank, and the final package is a direct result of Finsec members work.

Up to $10,000 will be made available per person to fund training courses and a grant of up to $15,000 will be available per person in a hardship fund for ex staff members who are struggling to make ends meet.  The hardship fund is open to any staff member made redundant, not just those who lose their job as a result of offfshoring.

The latest ANZ Quarterly forum report-back to members - which summarises key issues FIRST Union members asked their national representatives to discuss with senior management at ANZ - was emailed to all members on 28 August.  If you did not receive this report please email to receive a copy.

See the "News from Where I Work" column at the right of this page for our latest ANZ National Updates.

To join FIRST Union, click here, or email us here.

For all inquiries, or for advice on employment issues, you can phone 0800 TO FIRST (0800 863 477) or email our Support Centre.

View the current collective agreement here, expiry 31 July 2014

ANZ National Bank Elected Union Council contacts:

David Baker

Retail, Te Rapa, Hamilton                    

07 837 8166

Nola Macken

Retail, Dominion Road


Russel QuenaultRetail, Whangarei09 430 2649

Graham Lee  (Chair)         

Retail, Huapai

09 252 6902

Paul CouchANZ ACC, Wellington 

Isaac Hayes

LSC, Auckland

09 252 5146


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We can now confirm that the national strike for ANZ workers is set down for Wednesday 24th December.







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