Australia's Finance Sector Union

Australia’s Finance Sector Union, the FSU, is Finsec’ sister union. We work together on a number of problems, and face similar issues because so much of New Zealand’s finance sector is owned by Australian companies.

The Council of Trade Unions (NZCTU)

The New Zealand Council of Trade Unions (NZCTU) brings together over 300,000 New Zealand union members. The CTU is the united voice for working people and their families in New Zealand. Finsec is one of 34 unions affiliated to the CTU.

Union Network international (UNI)

UNI, the Union Network International is an international body of unions. Finsec is a member of one of its branches, UNI-Finance, which covers finance workers from around the world.

British union

With over one million members, Amicus is the UK’s largest privatesector union covering every industrial, occupational and professional sector of the economy. Amicus covers over 200,000 finance workers in Great Britain.

Irish Union

Since 1917 when a group of bank employees first decided to work together in an attempt to improve their pay and conditions, the Irish Bank Officials’ Association (IBOA) has represented the majority of people working in the Irish finance sector.

Swedish Union

Finansförbundet is the finance workers union in Sweden. It covers 32,000 members and has a strong focus on organising members to represent themselves collectively.

South African Union

SASBO is the South African banking and finance union.

Worksafe Reps

Worksafe Reps is a website for workplace health and safety representatives under the Health and Safety in Employment Act. Health and safety reps can go there for information, support and news. They can ask a question or have a look at the questions other health and safety reps ask in Helpdesk. They can also use the alphabetical Hazards list to find fact sheets on a wide range of workplace hazards including stress.

LabourStart

LabourStart is an daily online news service maintained by a global network of volunteers which aims to serve the international trade union movement by collecting and disseminating information — and by assisting unions in campaigning.many of the the Gossip’s international news storys come from LabourStart. LabourStart has been involved in online campaigning for several years with the ActNOW campaigning system. Tens of thousands of trade unionists have participated in its various online campaigns.

AIL is a company that specifically provides products for union members with union benefits. It has a strong union member foundation expressed through its commitment to unionised labour in the countries it operates It supports and runs a labour advisory body in USA, and publishes a union issues newsletter. In its own workplace it has 100% coverage and a CEA with a democracy participation bonus for all union members.

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