by Tim Lezard The ten-day strike by St Mungo’s Broadway workers, scheduled to start today, has been called off after union negotiators won significant concessions. At a meeting of ACAS yesterday, bosses agreed to put new starters on higher pay rates th …

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St Mungo's Uniteby Tim Lezard

The ten-day strike by St Mungo’s Broadway workers, scheduled to start today, has been called off after union negotiators won significant concessions.

At a meeting of ACAS yesterday, bosses agreed to put new starters on higher pay rates than before, to put them on the same terms and conditions as other staff, to “upwardly harmonise” all staff to standard rates, to follow the recognition agreement and to consult over all other current HR policies.

The union decided the concessions were sufficient to put to members, so the dispute has been placed on hold for them to decide.

There will be a victory rally today at 10am at Griffin House, 161 Hammersmith Road, London W6 8BS


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