Tag Archives: Compulsory Redundancies

Bombardier bosses must remove threat of compulsory redundancies hanging over Northern Ireland workforce

Up to a hundred compulsory redundancies planned despite large numbers having their applications for voluntary redundancy rejected Workforce are questioning why Northern Ireland sites are facing the threat of compulsory redundancy while in Canada workers are being ‘reclassified’ rather than … Continue reading

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Management must work with union to mitigate impact of latest Bombardier jobs blow

Plans for ninety-five redundancies in core workforce confirmed Separately, Unite meet DUP leader, Arlene Foster, to seek to leverage Boeing over its legal threat to Bombardier’s CSeries September 15th: Davy Thompson, Unite Regional Coordinating Officer, responded to news that Bombardier … Continue reading

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Secretary of State for Northern Ireland must intervene to end buck-passing and safeguard Youth Service jobs

Unite Regional Secretary writes to James Brokenshire MP to request intervention to secure future of youth service jobs More than one hundred youth workers face redundancy from beginning of April 2017 March 21st: In the absence of the Northern Ireland … Continue reading

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Fujitsu strike action commences with non-unionised workers refusing to cross picket lines

Belfast workers join colleagues across UK for first twenty-four hour Fujitsu strike action against offshoring and compulsory redundancies Workers demand Fujitsu commit to UK workforce, end offshoring and become a fully accredited Living Wage employer February 28th: Unite the union’s … Continue reading

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