Unite health workers strike for two days in battle against unfair rota change

2 August 2013

Some 140 Unite members working in Microbiology, Blood Sciences and Blood Transfusion Services at Leeds General Infirmary, St James’ Hospital and Bradford Royal Infirmary struck for two days this week, in the second strike against cuts and attacks on working patterns.

The strikers argue that there’s not enough staff for the new rotas being brought in and that the impact will mean they’ll be burdened with an unmanageable workload. On top of this, the workers could face huge cuts to pay.

Rush messages of support to membership.northeast@uniteunion.org and wilson.tweed@ntlworld.com


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