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St Mungos: 83% vote for strike action

Unite members in St Mungo’s have voted to strike unless management comes to its senses. They have voted to defend their terms and conditions and to fight deskilling and undermining services to vulnerable clients.

 

St Mungo’s management have conducted a campaign attempting to undermine the union and have employed expensive consultants to help them in that task – a disgraceful misuse of the charity’s money. Unite reps will seek further talks with management at the conciliation service ACAS.

 

83.7% voted to strike on a 53.2% turnout.

 

Posted February 3rd 2020

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