Finsec members expect RESPECT!

The new RESPECT campaign at Westpac back offices is already providing Finsec members with opportunities to talk about the issues that affect us at work and how we can make sure that staff are treated with respect.

Union Councillor Tasneem Khan says that in her worksite, Takutai Square, Finsec members have identified a range of issues where staff are not treated consistently and with respect. “Access to sick leave, annual leave, moving the goalposts with targets, bullying, stress – these are all issues in our workplace. Morale is not what it should be and many staff have lost their trust in the bank, especially with regards to restructuring.”

So what’s the RESPECT plan to address these concerns? Finsec members getting information and supporting each other to make sure we have our rights at work. “Knowledge is power,” said Tasneem. “The less you know, the more you can be walked over. Through Finsec, we can get the protection of knowing our rights and working together to ensure we are all respected at work.”

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