Home HR Maritime union RMT to hold demo defending victimised Stena Line ‘Holyhead 3’ union reps on Sat 15 December

Maritime union RMT to hold demo defending victimised Stena Line ‘Holyhead 3’ union reps on Sat 15 December

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Mick Cash

Maritime union RMT has confirmed that it will be holding a demonstration against management victimisation of union reps on Stena Line, Irish Sea, on:

Saturday 15th December at: 11.30am, Stena House, Station Approach, Holyhead LL65 1DQ

The demonstration – in support of the Holyhead 3 – is taking place to protest at Stena Line calling these RMT members into ad hoc one-to-one meetings with management to discuss personal redundancy agreements and then placing them on indefinite ‘authorised’ leave.

RMT believes that the treatment of our three members represents a malicious attack on our trade union and undermines the union’s ability to organise and represent members at Holyhead.

RMT general secretary Mick Cash said;

“Our three union reps have clean disciplinary records, first-rate appraisal records and have completed a combined 73 years’ worth of service for the company.

“This is a case of union-bashing by Stena. RMT will be making it clear to the employer that they cannot treat our members or their union with such open contempt.”

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