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News from GMB Yorkshire and North Derbyshire

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100 Workers At Kozee Sleep Currently Engaged In Sit-in At Company’s HQ in Ravensthorpe

22 May 2015

These workers are currently in “no man’s land” in respect to knowing what the future holds for them, after the hostile appointment of receivers. They are going into the second week without wages, and no reassurance as to when they will receive any pay.

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Back Green Co Workers and Join Our Rally!

21 May 2015

Back Green Co Workers and Join Our Rally! May 31st, 1pm - 3pm Shirecliffe Green Co site, Douglas Road, Sheffield, S5 8WA

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NEXT Stores Threaten To Sack Staff

12 May 2015

NEXT stores threaten to sack long term staff who don’t agree to a £1,000 per year pay cut for working on a Sunday. The company consider Sunday to be a normal working day and use that view to justify cutting pay for low paid staff showing a complete disregard for family life.

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