A target for the weekend

Finsec President Kelvin Pycroft is urging Finsec members to take a couple of minutes out of their weekend to fill out our Trans-Tasman campaign survey at http://better-banking.org/ to ensure the campaign starts off well.

“With very low participation by NZ bank workers we risk sending a message to the banks that targets and understaffing are issues in Australia but not in New Zealand,”  said Kelvin.

Kelvin says the survey provides a very good way for bank staff to express their views on the issues facing our industry, and that filling in the survey takes less than five minutes but could have a big impact in the future.

“I did the survey at home because that was easiest for me – I just took the address from the Sunday Star-Times article. I also forwarded the link to some friends, and asked them to fill it out as customers. I was happy to do that because the questions are very fair and balanced.”

“Finsec members need to get on the computer, at home, at work or at the library – in order for us to get a true and accurate picture of the impact of targets. If you don’t fill it out, the message you’re sending is that targets are not a problem or are only a minor problem. This message is not consistent with the concerns we hear every day about the negative effect of targets.”

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