We teamed up with the Bank Workers Charity for a wellbeing webinar to explore our understanding of grief and loss, how it can impact people, and what you can do and say to be supportive.
This July newsround for members in TSB provides an update on the lifting of restrictions in England and what this means for staff, dealing with abusive customers, concerns about staffing issues, the impact of long Covid, and more.
Every year the TUC runs a campaign to coincide with Pride in London. This year the TUC and its affiliates are calling on the government to promote equality and eliminate discrimination against LGBT+ people and build an inclusive culture in words and deeds that supports LGBT+ people’s safety, dignity and equality so that LGBT+ people can thrive and live authentically.
Another issue of our new communication just for Accord reps in Lloyds Banking Group. This update covers issues outside of the regular 'business news' that relate directly to the role of a rep - including lifting restrictions, TUC flexible working survey, a long Covid petition, member webinars, a BWC guide to anxiety and more. #Reps #LBG
A summary of the updated approach in LBG sites and branches in England, effective from 19th July 2021, and what staff should expect next.
Our relationships have been hugely important in helping us get through the pandemic, but working from home, self-isolation, social distancing and other concerns have placed them under added pressure. This blog post, by the BWC, details the support available to bank employees and their dependents.
Accord has agreed some important changes to Lloyds Banking Group's Job Security Policy and discussions are taking place about the Group Performance Share (bonus) for the current financial year.
We're making improvements to our website and introducing new features that help you to make the most of your union membership and get the support you need, when you need it.
This July newsround for members in LBG provides an update on the lifting of restrictions and what that means for staff, recognising long covid as a disability, travel allowances and claiming expenses, staffing problems in branches & customer abuse, and more.