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London Met: one step closer to greylisting & strike action

An online indicative e-ballot of UCU members at London Met closed yesterday afternoon. Following the count by staff at UCU HQ we are very pleased to announce that London Met UCU members have voted overwhelmingly by 76% (YES) to 24% (NO) to move to a legal strike ballot in September 2016, and by 86% (YES) to 14% (NO) to ask UCU Higher Education Officers to commence moves to Greylisting (boycotting) London Met from October 2016, unless the current plans for… 184 more words


Fermanagh and Cavan Encirc Glass workforce express solidarity with striking colleagues in Chester

Encirc management must adopt a more conciliatory approach to workers taking lawful industrial action

Threats and insults to striking workers have no role in modern and progressive industrial relations… 252 more words

Press Releases

London Met UCU - Strike Action - 5 July 2016

As part of UCU’s ongoing national industrial dispute over our pay and terms and conditions, notably against casualisation and the gender pay gap, London Met management have today been informed that we will be calling our members out on strike on Tuesday 5 July 2016. 144 more words


More videos from last week's strike rally

Some videos of last week’s Conway Hall rally were circulated via Twitter, here are some more.


French Air Traffic Control Strikes 2016

UPDATE: Holidaymakers can breathe a sigh of relief (for now) as last ditch negotiations on Tuesday & Wednesday have resulted in the planned strikes threatened this weekend with two of the ATC Unions withdrawing their threat. 238 more words


Ekiti workers vow to continue with strike action

Rising from an emergency meeting in Ado-Ekiti yesterday, the Unions, comprising the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC), Trade Union Congress (TUC) and Joint Negotiating Council (JNC), dismissed the insinuations that the strike action was politically motivated, but about the rights of workers and pensioners, who according to them, are dying daily out of hunger and frustration. 568 more words