Fujitsu Your Forum UK works council elections open tomorrow

Fujitsu Services Limited employees in the UK should receive an email tomorrow (Friday 15th Dec) from the Electoral Reform Services (ERS, OnlineVoting@electoralreform.co.uk) with details on how to vote for your “Your Forum” representative(s). If you do not receive the voting email by Monday, then please let us know by clicking here.

For more information, including an explanation of why this election is important and why you should vote for union-backed candidates, see https://ouruniontest.wordpress.com/your-forum/

Please try to vote as soon as you get the email from ERS. Please let your reps know when you’ve voted in the Your Forum elections using the Unite email notice.

Please put the following union-backed candidate(s) top of your list in the recommended order, then vote for as many of the other candidates as you want.

Constituency Candidates
BAS – Application Transformation 1. Joe Harrison
2. Tony Davies
BAS – Enterprise Applications 1. Adam Leonard
BAS – Other
C&C and Legal & Commercial 1. Jonathan Jenner
2. Helen Kerr
3. Chris Pratt
DNS  
Enterprise & Cyber Security  
EPS 1. Sarah Skelding
2. Andy Taylor
Finance 1. Andy Slater
HMRC  
HR  
Marketing, Global and Other 1. Mike Efstathiou
MIS – CSM 1. Matt Whaley
2. David Ibbotson
3. Daniel Burrows
MIS – Hybrid IT 1. Eoin Byrne
2. Arthur Spence
3. Nick Parlow
4. Frank Gawthorpe
MIS – N&T
MIS – Program & Project Services 1. John Garvani
2. Stephen Lowe
3. Ian Allinson
MIS – Service Desks and Other
MIS – TMS 1. Colin Wray
Operations 1. Pauline Bradburn
2. Carl Langley
3. Patricia Stevens
4. Sarah English
Products 1. Lewin Cox
Sales

 

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