Unite finance and legal sector officers and workplace representatives are continuously working to protect you during these difficult times. Unite has three priorities for the workforce across your sector during the current health crisis:Â
- Your health and mental well-being
- Your income and
- Your job security.
Your union representatives will continue to work day in and day out to protect you throughout the pandemic.
However, Unite understands that in some workplaces like call centers, processing offices and banking branches there are many challenges around social distancing. Unite has heard from colleagues who are fearful about the easing of lock-down conditions and the eventual return to workplaces. Unite stands shoulder to shoulder with you. This is not the time for a return for business as usual within the finance sector.
If you have concerns about current or changing working practices in your workplace Unite is here to support you. Remember you have the right to work safely and to step away if youâ€™re asked to work unsafely. Please do not hesitate to contact your local representative or regional office so that your union can take action to protect you.
The Unite the union message is clear â€“ your wellbeing, your income and your job security are the only things that matter. There can be no return to business as usual within the finance sector.
You can view the latest news from Unite at: www.unitetheunion.org/campaigns/coronavirus-covid-19-advice/
Dominic Hook and Rob MacGregor
Unite national officers