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Women are at the heart of change

Saturday 12 March saw a hugely successful UNI Europa Women’s Conference in Rome: hundreds of UNI affiliates from 81 unions and 28 countries across the continent gathered to debate issues such as the gender pay gap, gender discrimination, violence against women, and women in sport.

MUBE and HSBC sign collective agreement

The Malta Union of Bank Employees – MUBE and HSBC Bank Malta plc have signed the Collective Agreement for the period 2014-2018. The agreement was signed by MUBE and HSBC representatives in the presence of staff members at the bank’s branch in Zejtun. This agreement

Preparations for APS collective agreement negotiations underway

Preparations for negotiations of the new APS Collective Agreement have initiated between MUBE and management at APS.  MUBE’s internal discussions include exchanging views on the validity of the proposals and suggestions received from members with the intention of improving the terms and conditions for all

MUBE Supports Community Chest Fund Initiative

The Malta Union of Bank Employees – MUBE strongly supports President Marie-Louise Coleiro Preca’s launch of the MCCF 1 Euro Campaign in aid of the Malta Community Chest Fund. MUBE will encourage all members and non-members to show solidarity by directly acting as benevolent contributors

MUBE 2015 AGM ELECTS NEW GENERAL SECRETARY WHO HAILS FROM THE BOV RANKS

AGM CONFIRMS MUBE’S CLEAN BILL OF HEALTH OF ITS ADMINISTRATION MEMBERS VOTE UNANIMOUSLY IN FAVOUR OF THE ANNUAL PRESIDENT’S AND AUDITOR’S REPORTS RECRUITED OFFICIALS PLEDGE THEIR COMMITMENT MUBE held its Annual General Meeting yesterday in line with what is dictated by the Union’s statute obligations. The AGM

HSBC CEO’S STATEMENTS TO STAFF FAR FROM CORRECT

DECEIVING STATEMENTS WHEN TELLING STAFF THAT ‘UNIONS SEEK MEDIATION EVERY 5 MINUTES’ NOT TELLING STAFF THAT MANAGEMENT REJECTED MEDIATION DURING CRUCIAL MOMENTS WHEN TRYING TO CONCLUDE NEGOTIATIONS ON MORE THAN ONE OCCASION MUBE is seriously concerned and worried with the CEO’s INCORRECT and UNTRUE statements

SERIOUS THREAT TO COLLECTIVE BARGAINING – DIRECTIVE

Tuesday 7th April 2015 NOT TO REPORT FOR WORK Employees on Sick Leave are to report as per normal procedure Employees following directive should not hand anything in their possession as they are covered by the Directive in accordance with legislation that governs Industrial Relations

INDUSTRIAL ACTION STEPPED UP AT HSBC

MUBE meeting with HSBC members of staff. Circa 500 employees attended the meeting. The GWU were also invited to attend. In view of the fact that HSBC has chosen to threaten Lock Out instead of sending concrete counter-proposals, following the support shown by the absolute

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