Living Staff: Living Wage – protest 28 November

Cleaners working for ISS at HMRC offices in Bootle have called for a day of protest on 28 November as part of the campaign for a living wage and better working conditions. Their union, PCS, is demanding: That ISS cleaners are paid at least the Living Wage, £8.75 an hour nationally and £10.20 in London,... Continue Reading →

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Merseyside cleaners win back pay

Tribunal settlement marks second victory over cuts Cleaners working for ISS on Merseyside have won back the money they lost when their hours were cut, in the settlement of an Employment Tribunal claim. The claim was put in on the basis that they had their hours cut in order to pay for the increase of... Continue Reading →

HMRC cleaners’ strike to escalate

PCS members employed by multinational ISS, working as cleaners in HMRC buildings on Merseyside, are to take 3 further days of strike action in September against imposed changes to their pay and conditions. The workers held a 2-day strike in July against the changes imposed by the Danish multinational - whose net profit doubled to... Continue Reading →

HMRC cleaners to strike

PCS members employed by multinational ISS, working as cleaners in HMRC buildings on Merseyside, are to strike against imposed changes to their pay and conditions. The cleaners will begin a two-day strike starting on Monday (25 July), followed by an overtime ban and a work to rule. The members of PCS Revenue and Customs Group’s... Continue Reading →

ISS cleaners ballot for strike action

PCS is balloting cleaners working for ISS in six HMRC buildings across Merseyside over possible industrial action. The ballot is a response to their employer using the introduction of the government’s national living wage to make cuts in hours. The national living wage came into force in April, giving over-25s on the minimum wage a... Continue Reading →

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