Branch Secretary :

St Mungos: Unite reps say vote yes

Unite members at St Mungo's deserve to be treated fairly and with respect. But their employer has pushed ahead with changes that threaten jobs, working conditions and the quality of services to vulnerable rough sleepers. 


Unite is re-balloting members for strike action, after missing the legal threshold in the last ballot a by single vote.


Don't lose your voice. Vote YES to defend our jobs, skills and quality services. The ballot opened on Monday 6 January 2020 and closes on Monday 2 February. Not received your ballot paper? Please email


See the video - Unite reps say vote yes here.


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