Outsourced workers at the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy have taken the brave step of going on all out indefinite strike for the London living wage, sick pay and 28 days holiday – at the Government department responsible for making sure workers are paid a living wage. With security set to join the strike, workers will not stop until their demands are met – and discussions are started to bring them back in house and away from money grabbing bullying companies like Aramark and ISS.
Film length: 2:19 A flashmob descends on the National Gallery to protest over the sacking of PCS rep Candy Udwin In the dispute over privatisation. Show your support for the gallery workers: Join the picket […]
Film length: 18:16 The full story of Derby teaching assistants epic struggle to stop a 25% pay cut – imposed, incredibly, after an equal pay review of a workforce comprising 94% low paid women workers. […]
Film length: 3:38 Welsh museums, along with the Welsh government, are imposing new contracts on their lowest paid workers which will take away their weekend bonuses. The workers, who are paid around £15,000 a year, […]