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Strike action - public sector workers

Discussion in 'Pay and conditions' started by Ariesgirl, Nov 5, 2011.

  1. Regarding the looming strike action of public sector workers at the end of November over changes to pensions, workload, conditions of service and job loss, I am interested to find out whether the majority of teachers will support this and take part in the planned strike action should the Government not back down on current proposals. Also, what about long term supply teachers being paid through an agency? Are they entitled to strike too?
     
  2. Regarding the looming strike action of public sector workers at the end of November over changes to pensions, workload, conditions of service and job loss, I am interested to find out whether the majority of teachers will support this and take part in the planned strike action should the Government not back down on current proposals. Also, what about long term supply teachers being paid through an agency? Are they entitled to strike too?
     
  3. NASUWT are currently balloting for strike action.
    NUT and ATL both have a mandate for strike action on November 30th (and on subsequent dates). They do not need to ballot again.
    NUT seem to be advocating strike action on November 30th http://www.teachers.org.uk/
    Not sure about ATL
    Details on other workers can be found here http://www.socialistworker.co.uk/art.php?id=26224
     
  4. I won't be taking part. Some will, some won't. Some won't even know it's going on...
     

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