Civil enforcement officers across the county will be out on strike again on Tuesday 17 May after Wiltshire Council once again refuse talks with GMB union
Refuse workers on the island are being offered the same rates as trainees receive on the mainland, says GMB Union
GMB, the union for Waste, Recycling, Street Operatives and Drivers, are calling upon Hastings & Rother Labour councillors to insist Biffa immediately cease using St Leonards depot…
To be clear Biffa’s offer is well short of our members expectations, but we still felt it right to pause strike action whilst our members consider it says GMB Southern.
Some HGV drivers are set to receive a pay uplift of over 20%
We would ask the residents of Adur & Worthing to continue being understanding and supportive of our striking members as talks begin and develop, says GMB
Members will also receive an occupational sick pay scheme and all pay will be backdated
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.
This latest attempt to bully them out of fighting for their most basic rights is inflaming rather than resolving the situation, says GMB
There must be no retaliation and members return to work tomorrow, says GMB Union