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Our Jobs Issue No. 8 of 2013, Thursday 8 August

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Our Jobs Our Future Update – It’s on!

The Our Jobs Our Future campaign is about finance workers standing up and articulating a vision for the finance industry, and with the Federal Election called for Saturday 7th September this is a critical time to get the issues that unite finance sector workers to the forefront of the political agenda.

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FSU is targeting 5 key issues throughout the campaign:

  • The development of a long-term financial services industry plan
  • Tax incentives and disincentives to encourage companies to keep jobs in Australia
  • The Government only procuring goods and services from companies that invest in local jobs and have ethical employment practices
  • Customers deciding where their personal data is stored and accessed
  • Extension of FOFA to all aspects of finance, particularly the introduction of a customer best interest test and the abolition of conflicted remuneration.

Our research has shown that the important issues to finance workers are cost of living, taxes and healthcare. Many are struggling with large workloads, the threat of offshoring and maintaining a healthy work/life balance. The Our Jobs Our Future campaign seeks to provide secure jobs, secure pay and a finance sector we can all be proud of.

Don’t delay, get involved today!
Candidates pledge to support Our Jobs Our Future

Throughout the Federal Election campaign FSU members are asking candidates to pledge their support for the Our Jobs Our Future campaign, and our 5 key issues.

Watch these pledge videos and share with your colleagues and friends.

Video: Anna Burke - Federal Member for Chisholm, VIC
Video: Laura Smyth - Federal member for Latrobe VIC
Video: Graeme Perrett - Federal Member for Moreton QLD

Our Jobs Our Future campaign
Electoral rolls closes 8pm Monday 12th August. Are you enrolled to vote?

Act now to ensure you are enrolled to vote by the deadline of 8pm on 12 August 2013.

If you’ve moved since the last election, make sure the AEC is aware of your current address. Currently about half a million young voters aren’t enrolled to vote - if there is anyone in your household who’s turned 18 since the last election, make sure they enrol by Monday 12th August.

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