Finance Sector Union
The Finance Sector Union exists to promote, improve and protect the working conditions and entitlements of its members.
The principal activities of the union are:
- Representing members in workplace and industry wide negotiations with employers and employer organisation.
- Representing members before the Australian industrial relations commission, state industrial tribunals and other court and tribunals on matters relevant to workplace issues.
- Providing information to members about their employment and related rights and obligations.
- Lobbying state and federal government and other relevant bodies about matters of concern to members and their families in relation to employment.
- Publicising to members and to the community issues of concern to members and proposals to address their concerns.
- Conducting research and other activities in order to enable the union to effectively carry out these functions.
- Providing members and their families with access to a range of services on favourable terms.
New Campaign Campaigns
Our Leave is not a KPICBA have added a new KPI: To meet this KPI employees must reduce their annual and long service leave balances. Annual leave and long service leave are entitlements of employment, they're earned, and to link taking that leave to employee performance at the Bank is not appropriate or fair. CBA have plenty of options if they want to ask staff to reduce the amount of leave they’ve got saved up - to make this a KPI is not fair. What staff do with their leave is their business, their ability to meet their KPIs and get their bonuses should not be linked to getting their leave balance down!602 of 800 SignaturesCreated by FSU
No Offshoring at Westpac Lockleys Broker Partnership Unit (BPU)Every Westpac employee contributed to the bank achieving $7.45 billion profit last year. Westpac can afford to invest in Australian jobs and skills. That’s the way to support Australia!2 of 100 SignaturesCreated by Ellie Sibbald