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Family Mosaic - Members Unite for Better Working Condtions

Our members at Family Mosaic have alerted us to a number of workplace issues which need to be discussed so that we can decide how to collectively improve working conditions. If you are a Unite member at Family Mosaic, or are not a member but considering joining, please do come along to the meeting at:

 

6pm - 7pm

Monday 23rd February

Unite HQ

Holborn, 128 Theobalds Road, London WC1X 8TN, Map for venue (nearest tube, Holborn)

 

We will also be electing new Workplace Representatives and Health and Safety Representatives. If you are interested in standing, please let us know at the meeting, or feel free to contact us.

 

Visit our Events page to find out more.

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