Cleaners from HMRC offices in Bootle and Liverpool demonstrated today (18 march) in opposition to proposed cuts to their hours by their employer ISS. The demonstration took… Read more “Lively, well-supported demonstration ignites cleaners’ campaign”
Cleaners employed in HM Revenue & Customs offices will be protesting in Liverpool this Friday (18 March) after it emerged that they will face cuts to hours… Read more “HMRC cleaners to demonstrate for living wage”
Greedy bosses want to make low paid cleaning staff in tax offices pay for a statutory wage rise with cuts in hours and threats of redundancies, their… Read more “Tax office cleaners face cuts to pay for new minimum wage rate”
Our campaign aims to win equality of pay and conditions between HMRC’s direct employees and its outsourced workers; underpinned by a Living Wage and a Workload Agreement to ensure the job can be done without over-working a diminishing number of staff.