FCA staff seek union help following pay cut proposals


The UK’s Financial Conduct Authority is facing a backlash from staff following proposals to change pay structures, according to trade union Unite.

In a statement, Unite – the UK finance sector’s main trade union – called on the FCA to respond to concerns from staff stemming from an organisational shake-up orchestrated by chief executive Nikhil Rathi.

Unite has launched a staff petition as a first step towards securing the right to be formally recognised to represent FCA staff. The petition

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