Westpac top of Christmas card list

 

postcard.gif Finsec members have launched a Christmas postcard campaign calling on Westpac to make changes to its’ initial proposal for a new competency based pay system. They won the change from targets based to competency based pay at negotiations earlier this year.

The All we want for Xmas is a fair pay system campaign aims to make key improvements to the new system. Members have identified a number of problems with Westpac’s initial proposal including:

· It may remove the right to negotiated pay increases for everyone

· It potentially makes it harder to move to the top of the pay scale by having harder competency assessments

· There needs to be more staff input into what competencies staff are assessed on, and how the assessments are done.

· It removes the guarantee of a 5.25% pay rise on promotion

All Westpac staff have been urged to sign a postcard and have their say. When Westpac members have got active in the past, there have been important wins and improvements to pay and conditions. More progress can be made through participation in this Christmas campaign.

The Westpac Union Council will be meeting with the bank next week to discuss the pay model and to pursue the changes identified by members.

Members have been asked to sign a postcard and send it back to us, and encourage their workmates to do the same. They should be returned to Finsec by Friday 7 December and have members site name and number and delegate’s name on the return envelope.

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