Finsec members pleased with some easing of targets pressure at ANZ National

Some Finsec members at ANZ National have reported that our messages to the banks about the stress and unachievable nature of targets have got through.

There are reports of some signs of positive change over recent weeks. Finsec Union Councillor David Baker said while the changes are a mixed bag, the bank has acknowledged the concerns raised about the change in market conditions, and the pressures that have been felt about lending.

“It is essential that Finsec members continue to give their feedback for targets forums and other processes – it does get back to the bank and is valued,” he said. “Of course non-members talk to members about targets too. It’s important that we challenge non-members about what feedback they have given the bank about their targets. We need to encourage them to join our union if they want to have a voice on targets pressure.”

Targets continue to be an issue at ANZ National, and Finsec members will need to continue to raise their concerns. Recent improvements show how important it is that members provide information for our quarterly forum and continue to fight against unfair targets.


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