Sign the petition to support recognition of Unite at the Financial Conduct Authority

Unite the Union is asking your employer to recognise it for collective bargaining. We have to show the Central Arbitration Committee that a majority of workers favour our application.

If you want your employer to recognise Unite for collective bargaining, please add your name to the petition.

Signing the petition shows you support recognition of Unite as entitled to conduct collective bargaining on pay, hours and holidays.

Staff at the Financial Conduct Authority have launched the petition to secure the right to be represented by a union - the first time this has happened in the organisation’s history.

It comes after months of growing disenchantment with the FCA’s new leadership team, which has launched a consultation on changes to pay and grading as part of new CEO Nikhil Rathi’s transformation plans.

Staff say these changes will mean three out of four of them see their pay reduced by 10%. However, the changes are unlikely to affect the FCA’s leadership team. Most are new in post, appointed by Rathi, who joined as CEO from the London Stock Exchange less than a year ago. 

Please sign the petition today.