Further Probations Service Action Likely Tomorrow
Further Action Likely Tomorrow In Probation
PSA National Secretary Richard
Wagstaff said "members will vote on further industrial
action if CPS continues to suspend their collegues
CPS continues to suspend PSA members who are
taking low level industrial action in support of an improved
Collective Agreement offer.
"Members remain determined to
demonstrate their support for suspended collegues and to get
a fair offer" said Richard Wagstaff.
information contact Richard Wagstaff on 025 277
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