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we note that with a 63.4% turnout – and taking into account frontline employees who are not union members – 53.9% have backed industrial action.
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Woody Guthrie wrote:we note that with a 63.4% turnout – and taking into account frontline employees who are not union members – 53.9% have backed industrial action.
The old let's add the people who weren't asked trick, why not add the managers my dear old mum and Idris Elba to the stats? , they weren't asked either.
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SpacePhoenix wrote:Makes me think that RM might go to court and try and get the ballot declared void
18 Mar 2020, 21:05
18 Mar 2020, 21:10
SSkUNkY wrote:We can't strike during this crisis, it would be completely untenable.
18 Mar 2020, 21:50
Woody Guthrie wrote:SSkUNkY wrote:We can't strike during this crisis, it would be completely untenable.
I would probably cross that picket line and that's something I never in my life thought I would even consider.
19 Mar 2020, 00:37
oypostie wrote:Spin, spin, spin. 53.9% is still over half your workforce. Grow up and start talking like adults
19 Mar 2020, 00:41
Post69 wrote:oypostie wrote:Spin, spin, spin. 53.9% is still over half your workforce. Grow up and start talking like adults
Yep they need to stop acting like dickheads and start to realise that their workforce has no faith in anything they say or do! It was a successful yes vote end of
19 Mar 2020, 06:56
Whysoslowyehcfc wrote:RM are not going to take any notice of the result, time for the two clowns in charge of the Union to do what you were put there to do...
Grow a pair and call some action, forget all this crap about being an emergency service, do what you paid to do and look after the members.
IF NOT GET OUT OF THE WAY AND LET SOMEONE ELSE DO THE JOB, none of what RM are doing doesn't affect you, you will carry on regardless in your Cushy little number, it's the workforce who have spoken AGAIN,
Ward and Pullinger talk a good game, how about backing it up
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wandle wrote:I think we have to be realistic. Coronavirus has changed everything, in terms of when we could go on strike. We have to consider keeping the ballot ‘live’ with a token 15 minute stoppage or some other ruse.
How is it going to look, people not only going on strike but gathering in groups on a picket line, potentially passing a virus to colleagues and their families? News crews would be all over that story!