1 August 2014
ISS East Coast Strike Action
Our Ref: BR1/0001/ISS(EC)
1st August 2014
Rates of Pay & Conditions of Service 2012 – ISS (East Coast)
It has been bought to my attention that the Company are refusing to take the matter of your pay increase and improvements to your terms and conditions seriously. To have had no pay rise since 2011 is a disgrace.
It appears that their arrogance knows no bounds as their attitude has been to cancel meetings that are in place to address these issues at a moment’s notice and expect you and your union to meekly accept this. This is yet another “slap in the face” from a company that makes huge profits on the back of your hard work and diligence.
Having spoken to your reps and taking into account you and your colleague’s views, your Executive Committee has convened to consider this latest developments and it has taken the decision to call on members to take the following industrial action:-
Members are instructed NOT TO BOOK ON for any turns of duty between:-
• 00:01 hours and 23:59 hours on Friday 8th August 2014
We must keep up the pressure on Management on these very important issues. The time has come once more to continue to show the same level of solidarity and determination in your fight for fair pay and decent terms and conditions as you have during the previous industrial action.
Join your colleagues on the picket lines to make it abundantly clear to this selfish company that you will not back down and are ready to battle on until a satisfactory offer is tabled.
SUPPORT YOUR UNION
SUPPORT THE INDUSTRIAL ACTION
Acting General Secretary
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