We’re asking George to slow down

Over 600 Westpac staff have signed and returned flyers to Finsec that ask Westpac to “slow down”. Staff across Branches, Operations, and Call Centres have participated in this activity because they’ve had enough of Westpac rushing change through and not listening to staff.

The flyers have now been sent directly to CEO George Frazis.

In a letter accompanying the flyers Finsec Union Council Chair Maxine Mullen said “It’s like the old saying – “you can do something right, or you can do it fast”. At the moment Westpac is doing it fast… We hope that you see our plea to “slow down” as a genuine attempt to make Westpac a better bank. Let’s slow down and do things right.”

We’ll keep you posted on the pace of Westpac’s restructuring frenzy!

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