Crewe Unite Meeting on Pay and Pensions

Crewe Unite Meeting on Pay and Pensions – The Local Campaign
Following the response to the first meeting we had on understanding the Pay and Pensions issues, the UNITE reps for the Crewe area have called a second local meeting to discuss the national campaign strategy and local activities.
We will again be joined by Sarah Holden, the local Unite organiser who works around Fujitsu.
This message has been sent to members in the Crewe area, but is open to anyone. Please encourage everyone to attend, including interested non-members.
Date – Thursday 23rd July
Time – 12.30pm for 1 hour, prompt start
Location – CR 0-2, CRE02
CR 0-2 is the largest conference room on the ground floor at CRE02, behind reception.
Read on for Agenda ….


Agenda
· Apologies
· Acceptance of minutes from meeting of 1st July 2009
· Report on Malcolm —– dismissal meeting
· Update on pay and the ICL DB Pension consultation
· The elected national campaign combine
· The consultative ballot
· Local campaigning and reasons for being a member
· Motions (see below)
· AOB
· Summary and Close
Motions
Motion 1: “that members in the Crewe area undertake local campaign activities to support the national Pay and Pension strategy, guided by the Combine members for the North-West area”.
Note that the North-West area excludes those in the Manchester collective bargaining unit.
Non-members cannot vote on motions. For AOB and further motions to be added, please advise Alan Jenney by noon, 22nd July.
Crewe Reps
This meeting has been arranged by your Crewe area reps, who are:
Robert “Wilf” Williams (trained)
Bob Anderson
Alan Jenney
Stephen Ryan
Adrian Prince
Red “UNITE for fair pay in Fujitsu” lanyards are still available. Although most members and some non-members have one, contact one of the reps or pick some up at the meeting to pass round your colleagues

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Unite members across Fujitsu Services Limited in the UK have been taking industrial as part of their dispute over jobs, union recognition, pay and pensions. Action from 28 February has included 15 days of strikes and ongoing action short of strike.

INDUSTRIAL ACTION IS CURRENTLY SUSPENDED but members have voted by 92% to reject a company offer and renewed campaign plans are being made.

The national dispute follows the resolution of a local dispute in Manchester which included 12 strike days.

Further information is available here including events, pickets, a downloadable appeal for support leaflet and how to donate to our strike fund.

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