Finsec members picket Wellington Combined Taxis

Finsec members working in finance at Wellington Combined Taxis and Combined Finance Limited picketed their employer this week over stalled pay talks.

The employer is only offering 1.5% plus a buyout of a paid lunch break. Mediation is scheduled to take place on 13 June, but Finsec members have indicated that the employers can come back with an improved offer before that date.

Finsec members, most of whom have not received a pay increase in up to 6 years, staged a lively picket supported by other workers from the National Distribution Union and Service and Food Workers Union. Taxi drivers are also offering support by signing a petition to the employer.


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