• Unite’s Christian Duo addresses workers at Interserve

    Unite’s Christian Duo addresses workers at Interserve0

    Unite cancels Interserve strike after agreeing ‘negotiated proposal’ Unite the Union has cancelled planned industrial action at Interserve after reaching a negotiated proposal with the company following constructive and positive discussions. The union had planned to start industrial action today following the walkout earlier this week in protest at news that Interserve was to cut

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  • Unite protests over Interserve cuts, with support from No.6

    Unite protests over Interserve cuts, with support from No.60

    Chief Minister Fabian Picardo joined more than 200 workers outside No.6 Convent Place yesterday as they demonstrated against job cuts by the Ministry of Defence contractor Interserve. In a show of solidarity, Mr Picardo joined workers who had marched from the naval base to The Convent, as they brandished banners and chanted ‘Enough is enough’.

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  • Unite vows to fight Interserve job cuts

    Unite vows to fight Interserve job cuts0

    Interserve is to make five workers in Gibraltar redundant as part of a group-wide programme to streamline its operations. The redundancies were revealed by Unite the Union, which has called a meeting of its members at the company, which provides services to the Ministry of Defence in Gibraltar. Unite, which said it had previously enjoyed

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  • GGCA to host stall following May Day rally exclusion

    GGCA to host stall following May Day rally exclusion0

    The GGCA will host a stall today ahead of the May Day celebrations having been excluded from the traditional rally over the past few years “due to bureaucratic inertia”. In a statement ahead of the May Day Bank Holiday, the white collar union explained: “This is a cardinal day in which our generation has reaped

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  • Unite backs GHA walkout and claims staff morale at ‘all-time low’

    Unite backs GHA walkout and claims staff morale at ‘all-time low’0

    Unite the Union members of the Gibraltar Health Authority workforce will stage a walkout tomorrow afternoon over longstanding concerns regarding the reliance on supply workers. According to a Unite bulletin circulated amongst members yesterday, “morale has hit an all-time low within the GHA”. “After long discussions on issues affecting this department mainly agency workers taking

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