ANZ National offer falls short on key issues, ratification vote now on

Mediation with ANZ National last week has led to an offer that the Finsec bargaining team has agreed to take to a ratification vote.

Union Council Chairperson Graham Lee said the changes did not address the key issues of pay, targets, and term.

The bank have agreed to incorporate wording into the collective agreement which gives an undertaking to staff in Call Centre and Banking Operations that they will receive future pay increases, days off for union councillors to attend and prepare for quarterly forums, and the commitment to a working party to review the rosters in the call centres.

“We told the bank that these changes do not fully meet the mandate of members, but that we would put the offer out to a ratification ballot, said Graham Lee. “We are not recommending this offer. In fact we believe there are major issues with it, but it is now over members to make a decision. Do we bank what we have got to so far and wrap up or do we push on for more?”

Ratification meetings on the ANZ National offer started this week. Westpac ratification meetings also take place from Monday.


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