PSIS tries to water down expectation for negotiations

Finsec and PSIS have swapped claims for our negotiations this week, with the PSIS not putting forward any claims at all, citing the economy.

PSIS delegates who attended a conference call this week said that while times are difficult at the moment, union members claims are reasonable and take into account that workers are struggling too.

Finsec is calling on all companies in our industry to make the best offer possible to take the hard edges off the recession to improve the ability of workers to weather the storm too.

Finsec’s claims based on member feedback and are as follows:
•    4.5% percentage increase to pay & allowances
•    A process to move to pay parity over time
•    A one off payment for union members only
•    5 weeks annual leave after 6 years service
•    Separate domestic leave entitlement
•    Discussion on relief cover
•    Union rights clause
•    1 year term

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