ANZ National changes offer – proposes one year term

Wellington ratification vote meeting1498 out of 2022 ANZ National members who voted rejected the bank’s collective employment agreement offer during the formal ratification ballot which finished last week.

Following the rejection of the bank’s offer ANZ National’s General Manager – People Capital, Andrew McSweeney, wrote to Finsec:

“…we have listened, and have taken into account their indication that they are not comfortable with a two year agreement. Therefore we have decided that the Bank will not pursue the two year term at these negotiations. Accordingly we formally amend our offer to a one year agreement with the rest of the proposal remaining the same.”

Finsec members had identified the 2 year term as the major barrier to achieving a settlement at the ratification meetings . So the ANZ National Union Council consider this to be a positive change and they decided to take this back to members to vote on in a ratification vote which will start next Tuesday 11 September and close on Friday 21 September.


1 Response to “ANZ National changes offer – proposes one year term”

  1. 1 Why ANZ National changed its offer « …the gossip Trackback on 6 September, 2007 at 10:12 am

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