Interserve workers re-ballot for strike action at Foreign and Commonwealth Office

PCS members employed by Interserve at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office are today being re-balloted for strike action over pay, terms and conditions and union recognition.

Despite numerous meetings with ACAS, letters from MPs, PCS general secretary Mark Serwotka and 14 days of strike action, Interserve has yet to justify its actions, which included changing the pay date without a contractual buyout.

The branch has once again contacted the Foreign and Commonwealth Office demanding an urgent meeting in an attempt to resolve this long-running dispute and is awaiting a response. Members of the PCS Parliamentary Group have been kept fully informed of developments and questions are currently being drafted for the next FCO oral questions which will take place at the end of the month.

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