GMB

  • Mar- 2021 -
    5 March
    Employee Relations

    British Gas strike goes ahead as engineers reject offer

    British Gas engineers will walk out for their 27th day of strike action today after they overwhelmingly rejected a revised…

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  • 3 March
    Features

    Fire and rehire: A closer look into the GMB and British Gas dispute

    The coronavirus pandemic has pushed thousands of businesses to their limits. For large companies, keeping the vast majority of their…

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  • 3 March
    Coronavirus

    GMB welcomes furlough extension but warns ‘more must be done’

    GMB Union has welcomed the extension of furlough, but has nonetheless cautioned that “more must be done” to drive a…

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  • Feb- 2021 -
    19 February
    Employee Relations

    400 jobs at risk amid Burton flagship closure

    Arcadia’s flagship Burton site is set to close, putting 400 jobs at risk amid the collapse of the fashion empire.…

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  • 11 February
    Employee Relations

    GMB criticises British Gas over ‘hated’ fire and rehire plans

    GMB Union has “slammed” British Gas over the announcement it will begin redundancy consultations on further job losses. The news…

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  • 4 February
    Employee Relations

    GMB union demands ‘assurances’ for Asda workers

    GMB Union has demanded assurances for Asda workers after its recent takeover could land the profitable company with billions of…

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  • Jan- 2021 -
    26 January
    Employee Relations

    TUC warns of fire and rehire tactics

    Nearly one in 10 (9%) of workers have faced “fire and rehire” tactics since the first lockdown in March, according…

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  • 7 January
    Employee Relations

    GMB British Gas members initiates five day strike

    GMB union members at British Gas have announced a national five day strike with immediate effect after the engineers parent…

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