Kiwi and Aussie battlers call for Better Banking – complete the survey today

“Our Trans-Tasman survey on banking needs all Finsec members and all their friends and families to take part,” said Finsec Campaigns Director Andrew Campbell. “We can make our workplaces fairer and better by making the most of this historic campaign.”
The Finsec and FSU campaign was launched this weekend, and attracted media coverage on both sides of the ditch – see the link below for the Sunday Star Times story.
http://www.stuff.co.nz/sunday-star-times/business/3567005/How-much-do-you-hate-your-bank-ask-unions
Campbell said that NZ bank workers and customers had some catching up to do to match Australian participation in the story. “Very few Finsec members have completed the survey. It is essential that every Finsec member completes the survey and shares it with their friends, and we need a major drive to do this in the coming week.”
Go to http://www.better-banking.org now! If you can’t complete the survey at work, you may need to forward it to your home email. And while you’re at it, share the survey with your friends on facebook and forward it to everyone in your address book.

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