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UNISON calls for protection for members and transparency from trustees in the wake of high-profile charity collapses
It is not too late to treat staff – who have given so much – with the respect they deserve, and to negotiate with them in good faith. By doing so, a strike that nobody wants can be averted, and Action for Children workers who care so much about the charity can stay at work.
UNISON is urging managers at charity Action for Children to avoid a strike after UNISON members voted overwhelmingly for industrial action following a long-running dispute over pay.
UNISON today (Monday) urged managers at charity Action for Children to avoid a strike. It comes as UNISON members overwhelmingly backed industrial action following a long-running dispute over pay. A total of 73.5 per cent of UNISON members employed by Action for Children voted for strike action. The figure voting for industrial action short of […]
High-handed action by bosses over pay at the charity Action for Children has prompted Unite and UNISON to ballot their members for industrial action. The unions said that management intends to impose a one per cent pay award for 2015/16, with no cost of living rise for 40 per cent of the 5,000 strong workforce. […]
Branches and activists have asked for union advice on how they might offer practical solidarity and support