Branch Secretary :

HCA Unite members vote for strike action

Call for fairer allocation refused


Unite members at the Homes and Communities Agency have voted in favour of strike action.  Members are angry that once again their call for a fairer allocation of the pay settlement is being refused, this time on the grounds that it would cause extra work for HR staff.  See here for earlier report.


Unite rep Suzanne Muna said; “The feelings of staff should now be clear to management.  The excuse that a fairer settlement would create too much work for HR staff adds insult to injury.  We hope that management will now sit down with us to find an acceptable resolution.”




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