NAB recognises key unions as stakeholders, and respects the rights of employees to decide whether to join a union and the right of employees to engage in collective bargaining.
NAB’s constructive approach to workplace relations is demonstrated by our open engagement and our employees and the FSU during the enterprise bargaining process.
Our people are able to join and be represented by a union without suffering from any form of discrimination or prejudice. We comply with all relevant freedom of association legislation, regulatory requirements and ILO Conventions 87 and 98.
In the three largest regions in which we operate, our people are represented by the following unions:
- Australia – Finance Sector Union;
- New Zealand – First Union; and
- United Kingdom – Unite.
Our Global Unions Engagement Agreement recognises the three unions as key stakeholders in our business and the unions’ right to collective bargaining and freedom of association within NAB.