Members of construction union UCATT employed at Aspire Housing in Newcastle-under-Lyme are furious that their company vehicles have new livery which means workers have been left feeling that they are being forced to advertise their own jobs.
Members of construction union UCATT employed at Aspire, a housing association in Newcastle under Lyme, have voted overwhelmingly for industrial action, as a result of the company planning to cut their terms and conditions.
Construction union UCATT have begun balloting their members employed by Aspire Housing Association, following the company’s plans to cut the terms and conditions of the workforce, while forcing them to work longer hours.
Construction union UCATT are holding demonstrations throughout the UK on Wednesday 3rd June in protest at low pay on construction sites. The protests are part of the union’s campaign to ensure that all construction workers earn the Living Wage which is £7.85 an hour (£9.15 an hour in London).
UCATT Officials and Activists took part in a number of events across the Midlands Reigon to mark International Workers Memorial Day. From Wolverhampton to Birmingham and Leicester UCATT was extremely active with many making contributions at events, and in many cases Labour Party candidates turned...
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