Wednesday, 4 July 2012

Sheffield Recycling Strike

GMB union members who work at Sheffield recycling centres are now on all-out strike against job losses, pay cuts and severe cuts to the opening hours of the service. They are up against Sheffield City Council, private contractor Veolia and charity Sova Recycling in a battle that had already seen the 35 GMB members take 21 days of discontinuous strike action before going all out from Saturday 23 June.

The strikers are clear that the recycling service generates enough money to stop the cuts. But management want to restrict four of the five recycling sites to weekends only for the public, cutting the workers’ jobs and hours – with even more severe cuts lined up for he winter. The strikers explained the background to the dispute at the Unite the Resistance conference in London on 23rd June.

Help the Sheffield strikers defend jobs, hours, pay and an important public service! For a collection sheet and to watch a video of the strikers at the Unite the Resistance conference, go to our website here:

http://uniteresist.org/2012/06/solidarity-call-support-sheffield-recycling-workers-on-all-out-strike/





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