Prospect trade union has agreed to suspend its industrial action by fire and security staff at Highlands and Islands Airport Limited after an improved pay offer from the employer.
New Pay Offer Made To Teachers
“COSLA Leaders are clear that it is in all of our interests, not least those of children, young people and families, to conclude the teachers’ pay negotiations as quickly as we can to bring back stability and certainty in our schools.” COSLA’s Resources Spokesperson, Councillor Katie Hagmann
Warning of Strike Action by Fire and Security Workers at HIAL Airports
Prospect members working in Fire and Security at Highlands and Islands Airports Ltd have voted to take industrial action over pay.
Strike Action at HIAL Airports
commencing 19th December 2022 at 00:01 hours and concluding at 23:59 hours
commencing 22nd December 2022 at 00:01 hours and concluding at 23:59 hours
Support for Orkney’s Striking Posties
Royal Mail postal workers who collect, sort and deliver parcels and letters are taking national strike action today Thursday 24th, Friday 25th, Wednesday 30th November and Thursday 1st December 2022.
Petrofac/Repsol Workers Strike
“The anger that my members have at being betrayed on a commitment made and accepted in good faith, is palpable” Unite regional officer John Boland
HIAL Workers Reject ‘Insulting’ Pay Offer
“Our members provide a crucial role for the airport from firefighting and security to customer service, this pay award affects all our members across all grades and does nothing for the retention and the recruitment of staff on islands” Shauna Wright, Unite regional officer
Industrial Action To Hit Flotta Terminal
“Unite’s members working at Petrofac’s Repsol assets are furious at the way the company are treating them.” Unite general secretary Sharon Graham
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Constructive Talks As Industrial Action Looms
“Although we do not have an offer today UNISON will continue to work with the Deputy First Minister and COSLA to find a way forward towards a solution that benefits all our members.” Johanna Baxter, UNISON head of local government