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HRM at University of Surrey London's tube users face disruption in the New Year as the unions threaten strike action. Debate on the subject is as heated as ever, with both sides racing for the moral high ground. But, though London Mayor Boris Johnson
Unite members vote for strike action Workers at the plant started an overtime ban and work to rule earlier this week Workers at the Grangemouth oil refinery and petrochemical site in central Scotland are to strike in a row over a union convenor.
Workers at the state owned Fijian Sugar Corporation (FSC) have voted to take strike action after they were offered a 5.3% pay rise. This equates to just $7.10 a week after tax, or in terms of purchasing power, enough to buy half a chicken. The bigger
These include strike action that would see all staff conducting computer work doing it "with caps lock engaged". Another option put to fire brigade staff who are union members as a proposed industrial action was allowing any staff at the MFB's
As they prepared for their current strike, Alex Wood spent a month with the people behind a new kind of fightback It's wonderful, it feels like it gives you power, it gives you a voice, it protects you. We've never had that before it's empowering.'
Story Yet even as the settlements raise hope that more deals could follow, teachers at 172 schools in York Region will be the first elementary-school instructors in the province to begin strike action Monday, widening the protest against the Ontario
Late last week, NUT membership passed the latest ballot calling for a walkout from classrooms across England and Wales in protest over working conditions, salary issues and new regulations that will increase teachers' pension contributions...Nearly
Crown casino from tomorrow, with about 100 maintenance staff threatening to stop work in premium gaming areas, and much of the casino's gaming floor, after talks between the venue and unions broke down...A range of the two unions' proposed strike
Trams ticket inspectors could soon stop issuing fines, refuse to carry out plain-clothes duties, and provide passengers with ''free travel days'', as part of an industrial campaign for better pay and conditions. The Rail, Tram and Bus Union has asked
The war of words continues between meat company Affco and the Meat Workers Union despite a new mediation attempt today, with Affco claiming the union has refused an offer that would have seen all its members back at work after a two month lockout and