Credit Union Australia staff will have their access to annual leave restricted during the first five months of next year as the organisation trains almost 800 staff in how to use a new core banking computer system currently under development.
The leave freeze, which the Finance Sector Union argues is unreasonable, is slated to last from January to May 2013.
Dawn Tsoubos, general manager of human resources for CUA, said the organisation was working with the FSU, and that it had yet to lock down a training schedule, but had announced the freeze in order to give employees a...
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