By cutting pay for these workers, Wiltshire Council are killing the goose that lays them the golden eggs, says GMB
The second offer has been rejected by GMB members, so the strike begins in earnest
Wiltshire Council is drinking at the last chance saloon and needs to act quickly if they want to prevent a strike, says GMB Union
Some HGV drivers are set to receive a pay uplift of over 20%
Our members cannot afford the proposed £2,000 cut says GMB
GMB offer open invitation to both Adur & Worthing Chief Executive and officials from sister union Unison to attend the picket line in Lancing to address striking workers.
During just the past month, four out of 30 traffic wardens have resigned, along with 12 out of 96 specialist home care staff, says GMB Union
There must be no retaliation and members return to work tomorrow, says GMB Union
Ultimately, it will be down to the members whether this offer goes far enough for them to accept the offer and end the strike says GMB Union
Social workers would lose around £7,000 per year, and traffic wardens would lose about £2,000 per year, says GMB Union.