Support bank workers in Korea

Bank workers deserve a decent wage rise – do your bit to help staff at HSBC Korea, where the bank is not bargaining in good faith. Bargaining began in June 2009 and the bank have refused to meet with the union since 7 January 2010. The National Labour Office called the bank to compulsory meetings with the union last week, however these were not successful. The Korean finance workers union KFCLU needs your help to convince HSBC to bargain in good faith and deliver a decent wage rise. Click below to show your support for HSBC workers in Korea and across the globe: http://www.uniglobalunion.org/Uniindep.nsf/ProtestHSBCKorea?OpenForm

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