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Remploy’s latest attack on disabled workers

Issue No. 2195

Disabled workers employed by Remploy are facing major cuts in their terms and conditions and an increase in their hours of work.

The workers are employed on council contracts to monitor CCTV pictures in towns and cities across Britain.

Remploy is proposing to cut sick pay, increase the basic hours from 35 to 48 a week and do away with overtime payments for Christmas Day and all bank holidays. Disabled workers employed by Remploy are facing major cuts in their terms and conditions and an increase in their hours of work.

The workers are employed on council contracts to monitor CCTV pictures in towns and cities across Britain.

Remploy is proposing to cut sick pay, increase the basic hours from 35 to 48 a week and do away with overtime payments for Christmas Day and all bank holidays.


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Tue 30 Mar 2010, 18:50 BST
Issue No. 2195
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