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  • News Date:
    Thursday, March 10, 2016
    Body:

    Hi everyone,

    Apologies that MoneyTalk has been on holiday! From now on MoneyTalk will appear monthly in your inbox with general updates on what our union members are up to in the finance sector. In the intervening weeks we will update members within each bank with any urgent news or where feedback is required.

    BNZ

  • News Date:
    Friday, October 23, 2015
    Body:

    Labour Day (Monday 26th October) commemorates the struggle for an eight-hour working day. New Zealand workers were among the first in the world to claim this right when, in 1840, the carpenter Samuel Parnell won an eight-hour day. Other employers tried to impose longer hours, but Parnell enlisted the support of other workers and informed those arriving on incoming ships of the local custom. In October 1840 a meeting of Wellington workers apparently resolved to work eight hours a day, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

  • News Date:
    Friday, October 23, 2015
    Body:

    BNZ union members are currently voting on the proposed offer following collective agreement negotiations between the union and BNZ. The recommended offer includes a 3% salary increase this year and a 3% salary increase next year, demographics to be taken into consideration when setting targets, 15 minute tea break, a workplace bullying clause and a workplace stress clause in our agreement among other wins.  We also stopped a number of proposed claw backs from the Collective Agreement.

  • News Date:
    Friday, October 23, 2015
    Body:

    Some members who are CSC’s have raised concerns about the Voice of Customer survey, specifically that if you are given an 8 out of 10 from a customer you are not meeting your targets despite this being a high score. If you have any feedback on this please contact us as we will be raising it with management.

  • News Date:
    Friday, October 23, 2015
    Body:

    Westpac delegates nationwide will be meeting on the week of November 2nd to kick-start the collective agreement bargaining campaign. The week after claims meetings will commence. Your organiser will be in touch over the next couple of weeks to set up a claims meeting at your branch / site.

  • News Date:
    Friday, October 23, 2015
    Body:

    Organisers and delegates from First Union met with IAG management as part of our quarterly strategic planning meetings. Loose dates for bargaining have been set for March with claims meetings to be held in February. It is important that members continue to recruit in the lead up to bargaining.

  • News Date:
    Friday, August 21, 2015
    Body:

    Members, please let us know if you have not yet received your backpay or pay increase or if there were any problems with it.

    If you receive a C performance rating and feel this to be unwarranted please be in touch as this is something we can assist you with.

  • News Date:
    Friday, August 21, 2015
    Body:

    FIRST Organisers have been attending restructure meetings to support members over the past few weeks. Members reported it was very useful to have union support during this time particularly in compiling a comprehensive submission to the bank on the proposal. If you have been told you are affected by the restructure and you need advice or your questions answered please contact us here.

  • News Date:
    Friday, August 21, 2015
    Body:

    Claims meetings have been running over the past month for union members across stores, call centres and back offices, if you haven’t yet had yours and are unsure when yours is please contact your organiser or let us know.

  • News Date:
    Friday, July 31, 2015
    Body:

    The ANZ terms of settlement have been ratified. Of those members who voted, 98.5% voted to accept. The pay rise and years worth of back pay will go through on Thursday August 6th. The second pay rise will kick in the week following. It has been a long journey and all members should be proud of the struggle they put in to protect terms and conditions at ANZ.

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