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Unprecedented and robust vote for strike action at Glen Dimplex, Craigavon as workforce demands a Living Wage

Following 86% vote for industrial action, Unite official to meet with workforce reps to discuss strike action   

Management at a company which made €38 million profit last year have no excuse but to address in-work poverty… 355 more words

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Support for the Wetherspoon workers on strike, from a former kitchen assistant

Support for the Wetherspoon workers on strike, from a former kitchen assistant

We received the following article from a trade unionist and former Wetherspoon employee in Coventry. 725 more words


Western University faculty vote 94 per cent in favour of strike action

Unionized faculty at Western University have voted 94 per cent in favour of strike action, paving the way for potential disruptions come November.

UWOFA released the outcome of its members’ vote today. 127 more words


Minimum Wage Strike hit again: Strike starts Sept 26, start preparing - Labour to Nigerians

The organised labour on Monday began preparations for its nationwide strike over Federal Government’s delay in the implementation of a new National Minimum Wage.

Labour reminded Nigerians that… 125 more words

'In-house' fundraiser gives £2,000 boost to IWGB strike fund

Thanks so much to everyone who came to the University of London ‘back in-house’ fundraiser party on 15 September, and to those who helped raise the money in a range of creative ways. 125 more words


Workforce at Lurgan-based Radius Plastics Ltd to be balloted on strike action

Formal industrial ballot opens today after bosses refuse to address workforce concerns over pay offer terms

Regional Officer warns of potential for debilitating industrial action at plant in October if management don’t reconsider their position… 374 more words

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Israel's LGBT community calls for strike after surrogacy bill defeat

Surrogacy bill would have given gay couples the right to become parents, but was blocked by PM Benjamin Netanyahu

Israeli Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, blocked a legal change on Wednesday that would have given gay men the right to become parents, sparking protests by the nation’s LGBT community and calls for strike action next weekend. 329 more words