United Kingdom -Picket lines at the National Gallery -March 17, 2015

The museum intends to outsource 400 of its 600 jobs in order to increase flexibility.

National Gallery workers are organising picket lines after hearing the museum intends to outsource 400 of its 600 jobs in order to increase flexibility. Employees have received letters from management threatening legal consequences if they participate in industrial action and the gallery’s senior local rep was suspended on the eve of the last strike. Trade unions are seeking public and political support to stop the outsourcing plans.

English: http://www.pcs.org.uk/en/news_and_events/pcs_comment ...  

 

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