Union members surveyed on impact of job offshoring

This week Union Councillors and delegates visited sites affected by ANZ National’s proposed offshoring to Bangalore to survey staff about the impact of the move on them.

ANZ National Union Councillor Andy van der Heyden talked to Wellington staff and said that many staff were frustrated about the lack of information coming out of the bank. “There’s more news coming through the grapevine than coming from the bank,” he said. “People are sick and tired of “waiting and seeing.”

Andy said that the visits were very positive as they got members and non-members talking with each other about the different situations they find themselves in. “Members have been letting non-members know how being part of our union can help, and what support being in the union can give us.”

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